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The Affidavit is your evidence.
In a trial the evidence is put in by way of viva voce (live) testimony under oath.
Where there is a motion there is rarely an opportunity to put in live testimony. You argue but you don't testify.
So you include all the evidence you want to provide in your Affidavit.
If someone else can be a witness for you then you would use their affidavit as well.
But that is not necessary.Does that clarify things?
You actually don't really need that.The court will have already seen it actually.
I misunderstood what you were asking at first.
Just put in your response.
You can attach them to the end of the Affidavit or put them into a separately bound document and call that the exhibits to the affidavit but still mark each exhibit as a separate exhibit even though they are all bound in one booklet.
Yes you give a copy to the Court.
You discuss the exhibits in your affidavit to make it clear what they are.
Then you serve everything on the other side.
Then you file all your served with an affidavit of service with the court.
You may not be able to do so.
They are not going to be considered evidence as they are not part or your sworn statement.
Yes you can.
It has to be served and filed with the court at least two days before the hearing.
When you count dates and the time limit is under one week you only count business days.
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