We don’t just provide a complete conveyancing service! Fletcher Longstaff Limited is a Commissioner for Oaths. So if you need a statutory declaration to be sworn, an ID1 completing, or a copy of a document to be witnessed, we can carry this out. A fee for carrying out this commissioning work will be given on enquiry.

What is a Commissioner for Oaths?

A Comissioner for Oaths is a person appointed by Lord Chancellor with the power to administer oaths. Oaths are statements in writing, and other legal documents also fall within this category. There are a variety of other documents that need to be sworn, such as needing a witness when you are signing your Last Will in Testament. You must ensure that the legal representative preparing the document is not the same person who swears the document. Otherwise, the Oath will not be withheld in court. Ultimately, you could be sent to prison due to having incorrectly sworn information.

Depending on the document that needs witnessing, our prices do vary. However our fees are extremely reasonable.

Adam Cheal, Director of the firm, is an authorised Commissioner For Oaths. Please always contact us first to arrange an appointment.