We have the following Justice of the Peace (JP) services and hours
- witnessing Statutory Declarations
- certifying true copies of original documents.
JP hours - Council Customer Service
Tuesday 2 - 4pm
Wednesday 2 - 4pm
Thursday 2 - 4pm
JP hours - Stanton Library
Monday 2 - 4pm
Tuesday 12 - 2pm
Wednesday 12.30 - 2.30pm
Thursday 4 - 6pm
Friday 1 - 3pm
NSW JPs can witness interstate documents from another State or Territory where this is also permitted by the law of the other state or territory.
- Please bring the original document, and provide the photocopy/ies for certification. Electronically issued documents can only be certified where they are downloaded and printed from the issuing website in front of the JP. You may therefore wish to bring your own electronic device or use one of the library’s computers.
Witness a statutory declaration under the NSW Oaths Act 1900, an Australian affidavit, or a Commonwealth of Australia statutory declaration.
- For NSW statutory declarations, please bring photographic identification with you.
Witness signatures on legal documents and administering oaths as authorised by a NSW legislation.
- If your document does not indicate the relevant NSW Act or NSW Regulation authorising the JP to witness your signature then please find out the details from the issuing body or your legal professional. If the NSW Act or NSW Regulation cannot be identified then the JP will not be able to witness the document for you.
A maximum of 10 documents can be presented.
NSW JPs can certify copies of original documents from overseas.
The JP is not authorised to witness the execution of international documents for use overseas including "proof of Life" forms, contact a Notary for this purpose: Notary Locator
If you do not speak or read English please bring someone to interpret.
Other nearby Justices of the Peace
Please contact The Kirribilli Centre, 9922 4428, or email@example.com
Also, Greenwood Plaza - please contact directly.