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    hi all i am after some advice on how to word a
    Statutory declaration to marston holdings proving i no longer live at the address they have on record as it is my childs mums address and it is causing problems without going in too much detail, i have no fixed abode and am sofa surfing and so have no official paper work being able to prove i do not. Any help would be great thanks in advance
    Last edited by M271988; 11th October 2017, 11:44:AM.
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    Re: Statutory declaration please help

    Originally posted by M271988 View Post
    hi all i am after some advice on how to word a
    Statutory declaration to marston holdings proving i no longer live at the address they have on record as it is my childs mums address and it is causing problems without going in too much detail, i have no fixed abode and am sofa surfing and so have no official paper work being able to prove i do not. Any help would be great thanks in advance
    Hi there

    Ill see if i have a precedent stat dec which i can post for you
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