Statutory declarations sworn outside NSW

Statutory declarations sworn outside the state of New South Wales must be sworn in accordance with the provisions of the local legislation see section 169 of the Conveyancing Act 1919.

If you need to make a statutory declaration that concerns a state, territory or country, please visit the relevant authority’s website for further information.

Commonwealth or ACT

Attorney-General's Department

www.comlaw.gov.au - Commonwealth legislation

www.legislation.act.gov.au - ACT legislation

Declarations made under the Commonwealth legislation, Statutory Declarations Act 1959, should only be used in relation to Commonwealth legislation, however, LPI will accept them.

Victoria

Department of Justice 

www.legislation.vic.gov.au - Victorian legislation

Queensland

Department of Justice and Attorney-General

www.legislation.qld.gov.au - Queensland legislation

Western Australia

Department of the Attorney-General

www.slp.wa.gov.au - Western Australian legislation

South Australia

Attorney - General's Department

www.legislation.sa.gov.au - South Australian legislation

Tasmania 

Department of Justice

www.thelaw.tas.gov.au - Tasmanian legislation

Northern Territory

Department of the Attorney-General and Justice

www.dcm.nt.gov.au/strong_service_delivery/supporting_government/current_northern_territory_legislation_database - Northern Territory legislation

New Zealand

Ministry of Justice

www.legislation.govt.nz - New Zealand legislation

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

www.legislation.gov.hk - Hong Kong legislation

Singapore

Attorney General's Chambers

http://statutes.agc.gov.sg - Singapore legislation

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

www.legislation.gov.uk - United Kingdom legislation 

 

See our fact sheet What is a statutory declaration? (PDF 196.4KB) for information on statutory declarations made in New South Wales.