Think of a statutory declaration as a series of legally-required statements you are willing to say are true.

The legal requirement is often contained in a law, which explains why the declaration is "statutory".

Typically, no evidence is produced to back up the statements - other than your word.

However, to lie in a statutory declaration is to commit perjury, which is a Criminal Code offence.

Many statutory declarations come as government-issued forms that can be filled out. If yours doesn't, we can help you write it up.

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