I WANT TO MAKE A STATUTORY DECLARATION


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I WANT TO MAKE A STATUTORY DECLARATION


TIME LIMITS FOR STATUTORY DECLARATION You must make a statutory declaration within 21 days of becoming aware of the fact that the proceedings were ongoing, or becoming aware that you have missed a stage in those proceedings.

STATUTORY DECLARATION IN COURT Once you have made your statutory declaration, the Court will either void the stage in the proceedings that you have missed or the whole proceedings and will notify the Prosecuting Authority so they have the option to reinstate proceedings against you if they wish to do so.

NEXT STEPS FOR STATUTORY DECLARATION

  • Download our FREE GUIDE to making a statutory declaration
  • Download statutory declaration form
  • Complete statutory declaration and send to court within 21 days
  • Attend court and make your statutory declaration to the Magistrates
  • Start the proceedings over again