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Hi,

I'm going to have a statutory declaration from a colleague . If the desired stamp is not available,shall I use franking in place of that? Will ACS approve it? Because in India, both are same.
 

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Hi dimpy01,

stamp paper is NOT required by ACS. In some countries they don't have stamp paper or only use it for certain kinds of documents ;). A statutory declaration should be a "witnessed statement", i.e. signed by your colleague in front of a notary or somebody similar. The important things are your colleagues signature under a "I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true." statement (or similar) and the signature of the witness, ideally with a stamp of office.

Good luck,
Monika
 
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