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de·clar·ant

 (dĭ-klâr′ənt)
n.
One who makes or signs a statement that declares that the information given is true.

declarant

(dɪˈklɛərənt)
n
(Law) chiefly law a person who makes a declaration

de•clar•ant

(dɪˈklɛər ənt)

n.
1. a person who declares or makes a declaration or statement.
2. Law. an alien who has formally declared before a court of record the intention of becoming a U.S. citizen.
[1675–85]
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One witness "declared also That the said Alan Breck threatened that he would challenge Ballieveolan and his sons to fight because of his removing the declarant last year from Glenduror.
While announcing the details of IDS on Saturday, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley too had stressed that no break- up of the declarations on the basis of trades/ cities/ states would be released in order to ensure absolute secrecy with respect to the identity of the declarants.
In order to facilitate the declarants who would like to file the declaration in paper form under the Income Declaration Scheme, 2016, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has issued instructions to all Principal Chief Commissioners of Income Tax across India to ensure that arrangements are made for receiving such declarations till midnight of 30-09-2016.
However, due to stringent provisions - tax rates as high as 60 per cent, fear of harassment post disclosures, delayed clarifications on questions raised by tax experts and by interested declarants, and cash flow constraints of declarants - the disclosures ended up a damp squib.
In accordance with the law, the declarants may make changes to the income tax return before May 1, 2015.
The first step will be the adoption of the procedure for granting status of state-member of the SCO and memorandum of a declarants State.
The declarants will have to pay half of the arrears till the last date of the scheme and the balance till prescribed dates next year in June without interest.
Leaving room for the admission of some out-of-court statements made by unavailable declarants, Justice Scalia distinguished testimonial statements from non-testimonial statements in the Crawford opinion.
The two disclosures are important for the declarants as they keep them beyond suspicions and fortify them against profiteering and exploitation of office.
Roberts, (31) which admitted hearsay statements from unavailable declarants if they bore "indicia of reliability.
Declarants can electronically utter intentionally false present sense impressions under their own name or, through fairly simple mechanisms, generate observations anonymously or with false attributions of authorship.
are barred by the Confrontation Clause, unless the declarants are

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