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UNIFORM CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES 2005 - REG 35.7A

Name of legal practitioner or commissioner for affidavits on affidavit

35.7A Name of legal practitioner or commissioner for affidavits on affidavit

(cf SCR Part 38, rule 2(4A), (4B) and (5))

(1) A legal practitioner who takes and receives an affidavit concerning any matter within the jurisdiction of the court must, by use of a stamp or otherwise, add, legibly below the legal practitioner's signature, the legal practitioner's name and address together with the word "barrister" or "solicitor", as the case requires.
(2) A commissioner for affidavits who takes and receives an affidavit concerning any matter within the jurisdiction of the court, must, by use of a stamp or otherwise, add, legibly below the commissioner's signature, the commissioner's name and address together with the words "commissioner for affidavits".
(3) In this rule,
"commissioner for affidavits" means a person who is authorised by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, under section 27(2) of the Oaths Act 1900 , to take and receive affidavits.



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