Commissioner for Oaths For the County of Wexford.
Lena McGrath was appointed Commissioner for Oaths for the County of Wexford by the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Ireland.
Lena provides a confidential and efficient Commissioner for Oaths Service to Solicitors, Businesses and members of the public. Contact Lena on 087 6754949 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a meeting. Lena also operates a mobile service and can arrange to meet you at your convenience. Appointments can be arranged for any time to suit members of the public.
A Commissioner for Oaths is a person who is authorised to verify affidavits which are statements in writing and on oath, and other legal documents; a Commissioner for Oaths is appointed by the Chief Justice. Lena McGrath is a Commissioner for Oaths for the County of Wexford.
You may need the services of a Commissioner for Oaths if:
You are giving evidence on affidavit for court proceedings in Ireland
You are making an affirmation, declaration, acknowledgement, examination or attestation for the purposes of court proceedings or for the purposes of registration of documents.
You need a signature witnessed on a document.
You need a document certified as a true or certified copy of the original.
You need a statutory declaration signed.
You need a signature witnessed (attested) on a document.
You need naturalisation forms witnessed and certified.
The essential functions of a Commissioner for Oaths are:
to make sure that the evidence in question is in written form (the draft affidavit)
to establish that the person before him/her has read the draft affidavit and fully understands the contents
to require the person to swear that the affidavit is true by raising the appropriate Testament in the right hand and repeating the words of the oath
to verify that the affidavit was properly sworn by completing a “jurat” on the affadivit.
The Charge for Commissioner for Oaths Signature.
The Basic fee for a Commissioner for Oaths Signature is €10 per document and €2 for each exhibit. These figures were set by S.I 616 of 2003 “Rules of the Superior Courts” (Fees Payable to Commissioners for Oaths)
If you are personally known to the Commissioner or can be identified to a commissioner by a person who she knows then no ID is required.
Otherwise the following must be produced to the commissioner.
- A Valid Irish Passport or a Passport from any other country recognised by the Irish Government.
- A Valid National Identity Card from an EU Member state.
- A Valid refugee travel document issued by the Minister for Justice.The Document may be completed in advance but should not be signed nor should the Jurat at the end of the document be completed before coming to see the Commissioner for Oaths.
- To arrange an appointment with me – Commissioner for Oaths for the county of Wexford please call me on 087 6754949 or please email me on email@example.com
- My address is Ballinaboola, Newbawn, Co . Wexford
- Postcode : Y35N727