Sample Form of Affidavit For Texas Law–Reasonableness and Necessity of Services



Before me, the undersigned authority, personally appeared ______(NAME OF AFFIANT)______, who, being by me duly sworn, deposed as follows:

My name is __________(NAME OF AFFIANT)__________. I am of sound mind and capable of making this affidavit.

I am the person in charge of records of __________(PERSON WHO PROVIDED THE SERVICE)__________.  Attached to this affidavit are records that provide an itemized statement of the service and the charge for the service that __________(PERSON WHO PROVIDED THE SERVICE)__________ provided to __________ (PERSON WHO RECEIVED THE SERVICE)__________ on __________(DATE)__________.  The attached records are a part of this affidavit.

The attached records are kept by me in the regular course of business.  The information contained in the records was transmitted to me in the regular course of business by __________(PERSON WHO PROVIDED THE SERVICE)__________ or an employee or representative of __________(PERSON WHO PROVIDED THE SERVICE)__________ who had personal knowledge of the information.  The records were made at or near the time or reasonably soon after the time that the service was provided.  The records are the original or an exact duplicate of the original.

The service provided was necessary and the amount charged for the service was reasonable at the time and place that the service was provided.



SWORN TO AND SUBSCRIBED before me on the __________ day of __________, 19___.

My commission expires:




Notary Public, State of Texas

Notary’s printed name:



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