Commisioner of Oaths
The law sometimes says that a person must take an oath before signing certain documents or testifying. It is considered that taking an oath gives more weight and more credibility to the facts that the person is reporting. The commissioner for oaths is a person who has the power to administer an oath to another person. The signature, the number, and, sometimes, the seal of the commissioner for oaths establish that the formality of taking an oath has been carried out.
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Note that the role of a commissioner is to verify that a person actually took an oath before signing the document. The commissioner is not responsible for the truth of the statements made in the document.
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