Statutory Declarations and Document Certification
The Office of General Counsel Statutory Declaration and document certification service to students is currently unavailable.
A list of persons authorised to take a Statutory Declaration and certify documents can be found on the Victorian Department of Justice website.
A Statutory Declaration is a legal document which the maker must sign in the presence of an authorised witness, declaring that the information it contains is true and correct.
A standard form Statutory Declaration is provided below. Please complete the form but do not sign it. It must be signed in the presence of a person qualified to witness Statutory Declarations:
When presenting to make a Statutory Declaration, please ensure that you have photo identification with you. The authorised witness must sight your identification before they can take a Statutory Declaration.
Please ensure that you have made copies of the documents you need certified, and that you have the original documents with you when attending.