Can JCO of Indian army attest documents?

Can JCO of Indian army attest documents?

Edit 1-Yes, by new rule of govt. Of India, almost all certificates and other documents can be self attested.

Can army officer attest documents?

For copies of original documents, both Group A and Group B officers can attest the documents. The name, designation, and contact number of the gazetted officer should be clearly mentioned.

Who can attest the documents?

To get attestation, a person needs to contact a doctor at a government hospital, a district superintendent of police or a sub-divisional/first class/additional district magistrate.

Can a gazetted officer attest documents of his son?

Can a father/mother who is a gazetted officer attest the certificates of his/her child? No, Gazatted officers can’t attest the documents of their own childerns…..

Can a gazetted officer be forced to attest a document?

The duty of gazetted officers is to verify and attest the documents, but they cannot be forced to attest any particular document, as it is not backed up by any legal provision. Part XIV, Article 309 of the Indian Constitution deals with recruitment and service conditions serving under the Union and the States.

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Can a retired gazetted officer attest a character certificate?

A retired Gazetted Officer can not attest any certificate so can not issue character certificate. Only those are allowed who are still working as a Gazetted Officer.

What is the role of a gazetted officer in a school?

Gazetted officers are vested with the power and duty of attesting various documents for various purposes. The attestation of documents can be done by the Headmaster of a government school, being government servants. However, private school headmasters are non-gazetted.

Can a commissioner of oaths make a certified copy?

Commissioners of oaths are not expressly authorised to make certified copies in terms of the Act. As such, this is a legal grey area, but is practice to accept copies certified by commissioners of oaths as true copies. Take the privilege seriously, adhere to the law and the rules, and act professionally.