One of the questions that ITC gets asked the most is “Where can I find a Justice of the Peace (JP) in Lane Cove?”
Some of you might be thinking – why would I need a JP?! Well, the main functions of a NSW registered JP are to:
– witness a person making a statutory declaration
– witness a person making an affidavit
– certify that a copy of an original document is a true and accurate copy
If you would like more information about what JP’s do, you can find out here.
So, where do you find a Justice of the Peace in Lane Cove?
Lane Cove Council – “To provide residents with a more predictable JP service, you can now have your documents witnessed by a JP at the Lane Cove Council Civic Centre Monday to Friday between 12:00pm to 1:00pm. (THIS SERVICE IS TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED)
Also in the library, on Mondays between 6pm-8pm, community-minded local solicitors Fay Frischer and James Shevlin and are available to sign any document that requires witnessing by a Justice of the Peace, as part of the generous free legal sessions they provide each week. (THIS SERVICE IS TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED BUT YOU CAN CONTACT FAY AND JAMES DIRECT)
Sydney Community Services have a JP on Mondays between 2 and 4 pm. (THIS SERVICE IS TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED )
Hazel McNamara from Raine and Horne Lane Cove is a JP. She is conveniently located at 85 Longueville Road Lane Cove (park in the Little Street Car Park) You can pop in and see her. Hazel’s details are here.
Aussie Lane Cove – You can pop in and see Adam at Aussie Lane Cove at 137 Longueville Road, open Mon-Fri from 9am-5pm. Adam is happy for you to pop in anytime (though to avoid clashes, you may wish to phone ahead ph. 8084 9733)
Lane Cove West
Neil Macdonald from MAM Advisory Group is a JP and business advisor.
Address: Suite 2, 161-163 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove West NSW 2066
Lane Cove West Business Park
If all else fails, you can also search for a JP in your local area through the Justice of the Peace Register.
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