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Statutory declarations

When you make a statutory declaration, you are declaring that the statements in it are true. If you intentionally make a false statement in a declaration, you can be charged with an offence. To complete a statutory declaration you will need to have someone on the list of authorised witnesses watch you sign the completed form. They will also need to sign it.

The Attorney-General's Department provides statutory declaration forms for use in matters concerning the Commonwealth or the Australian Capital Territory.

Select the state or territory for statutory declarations forms about matters concerning other states and territories.

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