commissioner for oaths


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commissioner for oaths

a solicitor authorized to authenticate oaths on sworn statements. For Scotland, see NOTARY PUBLIC.
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If the amount you borrowed was over PS75 or if it is less but the pawnbroker will not accept a standard form, you will have to go to a magistrate or commissioner for oaths to swear that the goods are your property.
TRAINER James McAuley has been made a commissioner for oaths by Ireland's chief justice Susan Denham.
The said purported reason given is confusing and devoid of any meaning in that it speaks of a oath/affirmation of a candidate being signed by a Justice of the Peace or Commissioner for Oaths, when clearly it is the candidate himself who must sign, such oath/affirmation as per the form prescribed in the seventh Schedule to the Constitution, they disputed.

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