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    Statutory Declaration of landlord

    I am filling out the Declaration to apply for deductionsfrom tenants deposit as I have not heard back from the T after 4 weeks of writing/
    e mailing.
    Under the signature witness panel it has 'SOLICITOR/COMMISIONER FOR OATHS/MAGISTRATE (DELETE AS APPLICABLE)

    Does this mean it can ONLY be witnessed by one of these 3 occupations?

    #2
    No, it's only if one of these has completed the form - hence 'delete as appropriate'. I thought this might be obvious.
    The advice I give should not be construed as a definitive answer, and is without prejudice or liability. You are advised to consult a specialist solicitor or other person of equal legal standing.

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      #3
      Thanks Paul,
      It was not obvious to me, otherwise I would not have asked.....
      Going through four lots of Power of Attorney paperwork also, so I may be too getting paranoid about detail.
      Many thanks for your help.

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        #4
        .edited.....

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          #5
          IIRC last time I had to provide a Stat Dec, it had to be completed by one of those 3 legal persons, who listened to my reading out the Stat Dec (affirmation) & signed accordingly.
          Cost me £5 fixed fee and a 3 min walk-in appt for avail High St solicitor

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            #6
            this is also true in my case

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              #7
              Just confirmed with DPS.
              Form MUST be witnessed by one of the above.
              Thanks all.

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