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Statutory Declarations - Page 2


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Old 03-19-2011, 02:41 AM
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It is very amazing how threads can go around and around in circles and then people get cycnical iain.

Have you read the reference in Booklet # 1 re Statutory Declarations and then also the link by Alexdavalos to what is a statutory declaration under Australian Law for Australians.

What people do in other countries will have whatever meaning it will under that countries law and for something that is not a statutory declaration under Australian Law it becomes just a signed and if witnessed, a witnessed statement, nothing more.

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