Statutory Declaration

October 19, 2015 | Published by

Like an affidavit, a statutory declaration is a statement of facts made in writing. The person making the written declaration must do so before a commissioner of oaths, such as a notary public or a lawyer, stating that they believe that everything contained in the declaration is true. The effect of this is the same as swearing in court that everything you say as a witness is true.

There are a variety of reasons a person may require a statutory declaration. If you would like to find out more about statutory declarations or are ready to make an appointment to swear a statutory declaration before a notary public or lawyer, please call us at 778-819-8553. Alternatively you can send us a message in the form below and Kieran, our notary public and lawyer, will be in touch shortly to respond to your query or schedule in an appointment at our notary office in downtown Vancouver. We also offer mobile notary public services. We understand it is often difficult to schedule in appointments around work, family and travel so we are able to come to a location convenient to you, such as your home or office. Get in touch to find out more.

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