Statutory declarations

Statutory Declaration

Statutory declaration is a statement of facts written down and attested to by the declarant (individual signing the declaration) before a notary public or oath commissioner. A statutory declaration has the same effect in law as a sworn statement or affidavit. A person who makes a false declaration can be charged with perjury under the Criminal Code.

Our professional document drafting services includes preparation of draft declaration, getting it reviewed by you, and then signing of the declaration in our office. You can send us relevant details through email to let us prepare the draft. Once initial draft is prepared we send the draft to you for review and corrections. Once final draft is ready, you can come to our office for signature and commissioning/notarization. The whole process can be completed same day, in most cases within a couple of hours or less. In this case our fee will include document drafting fee and notarization cost. Alternatively, you can prepare the draft declaration yourself and bring final printed copy to our office for signature and commissioning/notarization.

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