A commissioner of oath is appointed/nominated by the Lord Chancellor, to administer oaths, take statutory declaration, affidavits and Sponsorship Declaration.
Our commissioner for oath Solicitors are quite close to you, Commissioner For Oath Solicitors in Southall, and Commissioner For Oath Solicitors in Cardiff
Our Commissioner for Oath Solicitors can oath your documents or witness your signature, it is quite close to peoples residing in Southall, Heston, Hanwell, Ealing Broadway, Hayes, Hillingdon, Uxbridge, Greenford, Cardiff, Cardiff Bay etc.
So contact our Commissioner for oaths Solicitors for immediate assistance.
Sometimes the clients need to get their documents attested, such as passport copy (true likeness of the original).
What is a Statutory Declaration?
A statutory declaration is a legal document defined under the law of certain Commonwealth on wealthy nations.
A statutory declaration allows a person to make a legal declaration under oath and in the presence of a lawyer. They are commonly used when an individual to satisfy a legal requirement by affirming the truth of something.
Statutory declarations are commonly used to allow a person to affirm something to be true for the purposes of satisfying some legal requirement or regulation when no other evidence is available.
Who is Authroize to Witness Statutory declaration?
Not anybody can administer a statutory declaration as it is an important legal document and must therefore be verified. Commissioner for oaths (usually a court officer), a Solicitor, or a notary public usually administered it.
Statutory declaration needs to be completely truthful and accurate, if a Solicitor is acting on your behalf in any legal matter and required you to get aStatutory Declaration they will usually have to send you to another Solicitor to administer it, as otherwise it will be considered invalid.
Please be aware if you make a false statement knowingly then you will end up in Prison, so be careful and obtain professional legal advise before you make and statement, as you must be well aware of the contents of the statement, if you are unable to understand English then it Statutory Declaration must be read to you in your native language.
What is an affidavit?
An affidavit is a written form of evidence used in various court proceedings [such as family(divorce matters), civil litigation etc]. An affidavit sets out the facts as you remember them.
In legal proceedings, the evidence you want the court to hear about your ongoing matter must be in an affidavit.
Affidavit can be offered by whom?
An affidavit can be offered by any individual as long as they have the mental capacity to understand the seriousness of oath of an Affidavit.
Please be advised that a false statement in an Affidavit will be considered a serious breach and will be charged with the contempt of court.
So for professional and sympathetic advise kindly feel free to contact our Expert Solicitors in London and Solicitors in Cardiff:
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