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who can sign my mortgagor form

Posted by Alijan Alijan
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I have a mortgagor form to be signed and witnessed.May i ask who can witness it?

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Re: who can sign my mortgagor form

Posted by MegB MegB
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Hi @Alijan it depends on which state the property is in. 

A witness must be:
- an adult (over the age of 18)
- is not a party to the dealing
- Present at the signing of the document.
- Satisfied as to the identity of the Mortgagor.
- Australian Consular Officer, Notary Public, Australian / New Zealand Lawyer also meets the above
- Australian Consular Officer; or
- Notary public.
- ​Australian Consular Officer; or
- Notary public; or
- Australian lawyer; or
- New Zealand lawyer.
- ​Australian Consular Officer; or
- Another person approved by the Registrar prior to lodgement.
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