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Tetras

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Hey everyone. i'm a little short for references for my securtity licence seening as one moved 7 hours away before i could get him to sign some stuff lol.

But my question is: In the "who can certify documents" section, it says that. (direct quote) "A member of a municipal, city, town, district or shire council of a State or Territory" may sign the documents.
Does this mean that my friend who works for the local shire council can sign the required documents?
i know it seems that way but i thought i'd get your very smart opinions on the subject before i go ahead and ask him :)

Any help would be appreciated, thanks everyone
 

shaye

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sounds like a JP needs to do it see a chemist (thats where i went for a jp) and ask for a JP
 

Tetras

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ahh yeh tru. but they need to know me for more than a year :/ and i dont have too many people who can legally sign it that i've known for that long :p ahwell. i'll keep lookin around. cheers for the input tho
 

craig.a.c

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Not sure about victoria but in NSW the document must be signed and stated to be true copies of the originals by a JP (justice of the Peace)
 

Mrs I

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A lot of post offices, police stations, chemists have JP's you can also find them in your local paper, i think marriage celebrants can do it also ..
 

Tetras

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hey every1 case is closed. just asked my old man. he's all into that sorta stuff and he said it's anyone who works for the council.
 

REPTILIAN-KMAN

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in NSW try calling the security industry register SIR, this is the divison within NSW POLICE that licences you , they can give exact advice as to who and cant sign , but normally any government officer except a police officer can sign your documents,(conflict of intrest reasons) it normally takes 6-8 weeks to receive, you pay the amount of money i think its at $180.00 and the two weeks later a letter will come in the mail advising you o contact NSW POLICE station closest to you for fingerprints and photo ? then the wait begins, 1300 362 001 is there number
 
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