As a Commissioner of Oaths you usually require a set of 3 rubber stamps to commission affidavits and certify documents. We have setup the correct templates and terminology, so all you need to do to personalise your Commissioner of Oaths stamp set, is to enter your particulars.
We have put together a few different stamp sets based on requests we have had over the last 14 years. All of these stamp sets are discounted to far less than you would pay for each stamp individually. You can view the various options below.
For useful information on the appointment and designation of Commissioners of Oaths in terms of Sections 5 and 6 of the Justices of the Peace and Commissioners of Oaths Act of 1963 and subsequent relevant regulations, you can use the following resources:
- Here is a comprehensive list of the Designation of Commissioners of Oaths in terms of Section 6 of the Justices of Peace and Commissioners of Oaths Act of 1963 and subsequent amendments.
- We have written a comprehensive article on the appointment and designation of Commissioner of Oaths and published it to our Blog.
- You can visit the Department of Justice website – they have a wealth of information as well as a link to download a form to apply to be appointed as a Commissioner of Oaths.
- Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr published a useful article on ‘Who is authorised to be a Commissioner of Oaths’ in 2017.
If you are a member of a professional association, you may automatically be entitled to a discount on any stamp set in this category. Please enter the coupon code received at the checkout stage to redeem your discount. If you have not had any direct communication in this regard from your association, please contact us and we may be able to assist you.