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statutory declaration

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(Law) law a declaration made under statutory authority before a justice of the peace or commissioner for oaths which may in certain cases be substituted for a statement on oath
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The Integrity Commission has released the statutory declaration submitted by Prime Minister Andrew Holness showing that that he and his family had an income of J$15.5 million (One Jamaica dollar=US$0.008 cents) with assets totalling over J$161.2 million.
She continued that the decision, which was further supported by a Statutory Declaration made by the chief at the Koforidua High Court on September 15, 2017, was duly accepted by the Queenmother and kingmakers, and the necessary customs and traditional rites were performed, thereby making the stool vacant.
Statutory declaration which company declares that it not the process liquidation, no declaration bankruptcy issued them, it not put under administration according other legal prescriptions is not a similar situation according the laws RGC
'The Certificate of Birth (Statutory Declaration of Age) attached to Wike's Form C.F.001 presented to INEC, purportedly deposed to on October 3, 1986, by one Collins Wike from Obio / Okpor Local Government Area of Rivers was forged.'
But appearing to make a statutory declaration atSunderland Magistrates' Court, his fine was reduced to [pounds sterling]150.
But appearing to make a statutory declaration at Sunderland Magistrates' Court, his fine was reduced to PS150.
The court told her she'd have to make a Statutory Declaration before they would even look at her case - and claimed she couldn't do this before a Scottish solicitor.
Rodwell made a statutory declaration before magistrates saying that he was unaware of the proceedings at the time of his conviction.
The evidence required varies, depending on the purpose for which it is needed and can include a statutory declaration or a deed pool Q.
He later made a statutory declaration that he was not aware of the court case.
In 2007, the Medical Board of Australia ordered Piesse provide a statutory declaration every three months "to confirm that he has not facilitated the administration of intravenous herbal infusions, genome therapies, and other therapies brought into the country by patients, unless the therapies have been specifically approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration".
They allowed her to make a statutory declaration to say that she didn't know about the proceedings, cancelling any payments she owed.