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About this Statutory declaration
A statutory declaration is a written statement that a person signs and declares to be true and correct before an authorised witness. By signing it, you agree that the information in it is true, and you can be charged with perjury if the information is false. They are useful in many situations and have the same effect at law as your making a statement under oath in court.
By definition, a statutory declaration tells a unique story. There can thus be no template which provides the precise story applicable to your own situation.
Authorised witnesses differ from state to state, however, a Justice of the Peace is a common authorised person in all states, therefore if you don’t know who to ask, find a JP.
While the form is somewhat self explanatory, the Net Lawman explanatory notes and guidance explain all you will need to know.
We have different states versions of this form please select your jurisdiction before making purchase so that you should have the applicable version to your state.
- Statutory declaration form drawn to comply with specific state legislation
- Explanatory notes
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current Australian law.
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