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Justices of the Peace

Justices of the Peace (SA)

Information relating to Justices of the Peace in South Australia. Includes information on how to locate a JP.

Attorney General's Department [SA]

Justices of the Peace and Commissioners for Oaths [NT]

Justices of the Peace perform a wide range of services in the Northern Territory including administering an oath, taking an affidavit or attesting the execution of a document. Includes information on how to find a JP, their responsibilities and how to become one.

Department of the Attorney-General and Justice [NT]

Justices of the Peace [ACT]

Justices of the Peace in the Australian Capital Territory serve the community primarily by administering oaths or affidavits and taking statutory declarations and affirmations; witnessing signatures; and attesting and certifying documents. Includes a link to find a local Justice of the Peace.

Justice and Community Safety Directorate [ACT]

Justices of the Peace [NSW]

Provides information about the roles of Justices of Peace in New South Wales; how to find one and how to become one.

Department of Attorney General and Justice [NSW]

Justices of the Peace [Qld]

Find a Justice of the Peace (JP) or commissioner of declarations near you in Queensland. Information is also available on how to become a JP.

Department of Justice and Attorney-General [Qld]

Justices of the Peace [Tas]

Information relating to Justices of the Peace and Commissioners for Declarations in Tasmania. Includes links to how to become a Justice of the Peace and Justices of the Peace handbook.

Department of Justice [Tas]

Justices of the Peace [Vic]

Justices of the Peace are appointed to serve a semi-judicial function in all areas of the Victorian community. The main official roles they play include witnessing statutory declarations and witnessing affidavits.

Department of Justice [Vic]

Justices of the Peace [WA]

Justices of the Peace in Western Australia are involved in a wide a range of duties and responsibilities - most commonly including witnessing of documents such as passport applications and wills. An on-line database is provided to locate the closest JP.

Department of the Attorney-General [WA]

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