- A Commissioner for Declarations may witness signatures to documents and take statutory declarations.
- They are not authorised to administer, take or receive an oath, affidavit or affirmation, or receive a complaint or issue a summons or a warrant.
- It is a good idea to review the signing page of your document to confirm what service you need. For example, if your document requires you to 'declare', a Commissioner for Declarations can sign your document unless there are instructions requiring a Justice of the Peace.
Please visit the Department of Justice for more information on finding a Commissioner for Declarations