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You can ask a person from any of the following groups to complete your affidavit and/or to witness your signature on a statutory declaration: Court Registrar or Deputy Registrar of the District or High Court. Justice of the Peace. an enrolled barrister or solicitor.
In New Zealand, the Oaths and Declarations Act 1957 does not permit chartered accountants to witness statutory declarations.
To sign an Affidavit under oath, a commissioner for oaths, such as a notary, solicitor, or authorised member of court, must witness and sign it with you. Signing this document under oath means you are swearing that the listed facts are true.
In New Zealand, the Oaths and Declarations Act 1957 does not permit chartered accountants to witness statutory declarations.
You must say, by signing, that you are able to testify about the information contained in the affidavit and are called to trial. Moreover, an affidavit is, in other words, a statement of facts in writing and maintains before a person having the authority to give an oath.

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Generally, a witness in New Zealand is someone that is: 18 years old or over; of sound mind; not under the influence of any drugs or alcohol; not a party to the agreement or has a financial interest in it; and. not a beneficiary if the document is a trust or self-managed superannuation fund.
A brief of evidence is a statement read in court by a witness. Only witnesses at a full trial will read a brief of evidence. After the witness has read their evidence they can be cross-examined (that is, questioned by the other party).
An individual must sign the document in front of an individual with the power to witness an oath. Examples of individuals with this power is a solicitor, notary, or judicial officer. An individual, such as a solicitor, will need to witness the signing to authorise that the signature is valid.