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OATHS ACT 1900 - SECT 21

Declarations in cases not specifically provided for

21 Declarations in cases not specifically provided for

(1) The Registrar-General, a Deputy Registrar-General or any justice of the peace, notary public, commissioner of the court for taking affidavits, Australian legal practitioner authorised by section 27 (1) to take and receive any affidavit, or other person by law authorised to administer an oath, may take and receive the declaration of any person voluntarily making the same before him or her, in the form or to the effect of the form in either the Eighth or the Ninth Schedule.
(2) Any statutory declaration taken and received prior to the commencement of the Oaths (Amendment) Act 1916 before any commissioner of the court for taking affidavits, shall be deemed to have been duly taken and received.



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