Statutory declarations

A statutory declaration is a legal document commonly used to allow a person to affirm (promise) something to be true for the purposes of satisfying some legal requirement or regulation when no other evidence is available.
Statutory declarations are often used for:
Declarations of:

  • identity,
  • nationality,
  • marital status, etc. when documentary evidence is unavailable.
  • Declaring the intention to change one’s name.

Statutory declarations are often used for matters of Welfare and Benefits, Housing, Education and many other areas where evidence of personal circumstances are required but not always available.

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