Hadi Law

Making A Statutory Declaration

A statutory declaration is a written statement declared to be true in the presence of an authorised witness. You will need to adhere to a strict submission process to the Court.

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We are often asked how do you go about making a Statutory Declaration at the Magistrates’ Court? This is normally in relation to our clients who have been convicted of road traffic offences without realising.

It normally transpires that this has happened because either our client has an extremely poor postal service to their home address or they have moved addresses and the V5 (log book) for the vehicle has not been updated.

When this happens you can either make an application for the case to be re-opened under Section 142 of the magistrates Court Act or you can ask the Court to hear a Statutory Declaration.

If you have been charged with a motor offence, contact the team for a free consultation on 01772 447000 or reach out to us on our 7 day a week WhatsApp helpline 07869760533.

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