Statutory Declaration of truth
The Clinical Exemption self-certificate (CESC) and the Statutory Declaration of truth (1835).
Our Clinical Exemption self-certificate is possibly the only Clinical Exemption certificate that has been produced with the assistance of a qualified solicitor. The Statutory Declaration of truth (sometimes known as a Stat-Dec) is a legal document (1835) and is possibly the only one that has been approved for matters relating to employment by solicitors and a barrister active in the healthcare & carehomes industry. The legal strength of these two documents makes them unsurpassed. You can obtain the Clinical Exemption Self-Certification (CESC) and the Statutory Declaration of truth from our website.
The Statutory Declaration of truth supports the Clinical Exemption Certificate. The two documents are normally required.
The Statutory Declaration of truth is a formal written statement of fact made in a prescribed manner affirming that something is true to the best of knowledge of the declarant, ie; the person making the declaration.
The Statutory Declaration of truth is recognised by most government departments including DVLC, Passport, Land Registry and finance companies as a sworn statement of truth from the individual.
You can consider using the Statutory Declaration of truth available on this website from the link to support your Clinical Exemption Self-Certificate. This Statutory Declaration of truth has been accepted by a barrister and solicitors.
The Statutory Declaration will need to be witnessed and signed by a solicitor usually at a cost of about £7 to £25 approximately.
This CESC at this moment is possibly the only Exemption certificate that has been produced by a qualified solicitor.
The Statutory Declaration of truth is a legal document. The legal validity of these two documents as far as I know makes them unsurpassed.