Commissioner for Oaths

Hugh McGroddy Notary is authorised to act as a Commissioner for Oaths and as such can verify affidavits and statutory declarations for court proceedings and other legal documents. An affidavit is a statement in writing and on oath, and statutory declarations are written statements of facts that a person signs and declares to be true. 

Hugh McGroddy is appointed as a Commissioner for Oaths for Life by Chief Justice of Ireland.

Functions of a Commissioner for Oaths

  • Ensure that all evidence is in written form. (The Draft affidavit)

  • Establish that the person before they have read the affidavit completely understands the contents.

  • Required to ensure the person swears that the affidavit is true by raising their right hand and swearing on the appropriate Testament with the words of the oath.

  • Complete the "Jurat" which verifies that the affidavit was properly sworn on.

  • To charge an appropriate fee for the service.

  • There is a small fee for the service.

Get in Touch

For more information on our commissioner for oaths service, get in contact with Hugh McGroddy Notary today.

Commissioner for Oaths Dublin

Located in the heart of Dublin's City Centre, Hugh McGroddy Notary is one of Dublin's leading Commissioner for Oaths. 

Our expert team has a wealth of experience and are extremely knowledgeable about all elements of this aspect of the law. We provide all of our clients with expert advice and support as well as first class service. 

If you need a professional and reliable Commissioner for Oaths in Dublin then get in contact with Hugh McGroddy Notary to find out how we can help you.

Frequently Asked Commissioner for Oaths Questions

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