Statutory declaration template with examples
Three template statutory declarations, prepared as examples by Net Lawman. Simply mould to suit your unique circumstances.
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About this document
By definition, a statutory declaration tells a unique story. As such, there can be no template that provides the precise story applicable to your own situation.
We have therefore provided as one document, three different example declarations.
From the example text given, you will have some idea how to frame your own story.
In particular, examples and advice are given on the opening and closing words.
The three examples given relate to:
- the validity of a document in a litigation matter
- the position of a disputed boundary in a garden
- lost title deeds
Note: lawyers often refer loosely to “an oath” or “swearing”. Oaths are occasionally required, but more often than not, they mean a “declaration” which is “declared” not “sworn”.
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.
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By Kenneth Summers 16 April 2014
I needed to compile a declaration regarding ownership of personal property. There was no document dealing with this directly but, with suggestions from elsewhere on the internet, one of those supplied was able to be adapted easily. I was a little concerned that it might not be accepted by the solicitor before whom the declaration was being made, but it was without question.Receipt of the documents over the internet was quick.
It was useful to have numbered paragraphs, It was useful to have the document in 'Word' so that it could be adapted easily without having to write out the text in full.The language suggested was clear and concise.
I would recommend Net Lawman to others because being able to obtain documents which can be amended saved the hassle of having to compose something from scratch and, in this case, having to engage a lawyer to draft a document (plus the inconvenience of having to go to a second lawyer, to make and sign the declaration itself) at far greater expense.
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