statutory declaration

A statutory declaration is a formal written statement that someone signs and declares to be true in the presence of an authorised person, like a Justice of the Peace.

A statutory declaration is a legal document where an individual makes a sworn statement about certain facts. They sign this document in front of an authorised witness, like a Justice of the Peace or a magistrate, affirming that everything stated is true to the best of their knowledge. It's often used in legal or official scenarios where a simple statement or affirmation is required.

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