We were alerted recently that locals were having issues finding a local JP rather than traveling to one of the Sunshine Coast Council JP locations thanks to Toni Collett one of our amazing local JP’s so we have compiled and listed all of the local JP’s who are more than happy to be contacted and service the needs of locals from their homes and businesses.
See the full list of local JP’s by clicking the following link and save yourself the drive to Kawana Library, Maroochydore Library or Caloundra Library.Listings for Sippy Downs JP’s
All of our listed Community JP’s are fully qualified and registered Queensland Justice of the Peace officers located here in Sippy Downs, Queensland. Simply telephone any of them to arrange a suitable time and to obtain their addresses.Statutory Declaration (Editable PDF) Statutory Declaration (Printable PDF)
What is a JP in Australia
The role of the Justice of the Peace (JP) is to act as an independent and objective witness to documents people use for official or legal purposes. JPs can serve different roles in different jurisdictions.
- witness oaths or affidavits
- take statutory declarations and affirmations
- witness signatures
- attest the execution of a document
- certify a true copy of an original document
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