Commissioner For Oaths
W.X. White Solicitors are registered as Commissioner for Oaths. Contact us today to speak with a solicitor.
William X. White (Billie) is registered as a Commissioner for Oaths to verify affidavits and swear legal and other documents.
You may require the services of a Commissioner for Oaths if:
You have to give evidence on an affidavit for court proceedings in Ireland
You are making an affirmation, declaration, acknowledgement, examination or attestation during court proceedings
You are seeking to register documents
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What Is A Commissioner For Oaths?Someone who is registered as a Commissioner for Oaths is authorised to verify affidavits, statutory declarations and other legal documents. A Commissioner for Oaths is appointed by the Chief Justice.
Who Can Be A Commissioner For Oaths?Typically, a Commissioner for Oaths will be a solicitor, though non-solicitors can also apply. If a Commissioner for Oaths is a solicitor, they cannot use their powers in proceedings in which they are representing any of the parties or which they have an interest in. Non-solicitors
What Are The Rates For A Commissioner For Oaths
The fees a Commissioner for Oaths can charge are outlined in the Rules of the Superior Courts (Fees Payable to Commissioners for Oaths) (SI 616 of 2003)