commissioner for oaths


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commissioner for oaths

a solicitor authorized to authenticate oaths on sworn statements. For Scotland, see NOTARY PUBLIC.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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Kiir, a commissioner for oaths, has vowed legal against the legal body.
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.

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