A statutory declaration
is a legal statement made by one person in the presence of a lawyer, solicitor or notary public. This statement of fact is recorded in a written document and signed by both the person making the statement and the solicitor witnessing the process. They are very similar to affidavits and the two terms are often used by overseas authorities requesting you make a sworn statement.
Statutory declarations are made for many reasons. You can legally declare a statement of fact on a wide range of subjects.
Common reasons people make a statutory declaration include-
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- Changing their name
- Confirming they are free to marry
- Confirming a previous marriage is now dissolved
- Confirming their own identity with passport information
- Confirming a document is an exact copy of the original
- Confirming a legal document has been lost
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