What is a statutory declaration?
A statutory declaration is a written statement that a person (the declarant) signs and declares to be true and correct in the presence of an authorised witness, such as a pharmacist, police officer, court registrar, bank manager, doctor or dentist.
Why does IBA need a statutory declaration from me?
IBA exists to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to achieve economic independence and self-sufficiency through products and services such as home loans, business support and investment opportunities. In order to ensure that our products, services and funds are going to the right people we need to ensure the recipient is of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent.
How to do make a statutory declaration?
Simply download this form and fill it in and have the form witnessed by an authorised witness, such as a pharmacist, police officer, court registrar, bank manager, doctor or dentist.
How do I send the statutory declaration to IBA?
You will need to scan a copy or take a clear and legible photo of your completed form and either email directly to your IBA relationship manager or upload clicking the button below.
Once uploaded, please post the original completed form to us at: PO Box 650 Fyshwick ACT 2609