Commonwealth Public Officer templates
I had a listen to this webinar few times and yesterday went and got myself notarized with templates provided. The lawyer that was Notarizing them picked up the fact that it says Queen Elizabeth etc and not King Charles etc and kind of prompted me if that will be even valid the way it has been written even though it says all her Heirs and successors… can you swear Alegiance to a dead sovereign?
This prompted me to look through document bit more diligently and there is a number instances where formating isnt consistent throughout the suite of docs or even within the document itself.. not sure if these are trivial but thought id ask to make sure it doesnt invalidate the documents..
1.Where the template says “,Your full name>” example for someone with no middle name would be “Firstname Lastname” or should this be “Firstname, Lastname” or “Firstname: Lastname” or does this specific syntax not matter ?
2. Separately in one instance it has just Your full Name – is this oversight in formating and should be treated same as other instances?
3. If signing some docs previously with court as p.p. Firstname, Lastname and name used ‘Firstname’ of the house “Lastname” – should this be the wording for the botton part wher you are affirming or is tehre a specific way to write this or just same as above?
Miscelaneous: Someone that has got a pending charge in Magistrates Criminal court fopr a Simple offence – would they qualify to being a CPO?
Someone born Overseas with no Australian birth certificate?
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