We provide a commissioner for oaths on the premises. The role of commissioner for oaths is to swear documents for production in Irish courts and government offices. You do not have to make an appointment to call in to see the commissioner. However, you must bring proper photographic ID with you for swearing, usually in the form of a passport, a driving license or a public services card. A Garda age card is also acceptable. If you have documents for swearing abroad, you must use the services of a notary public. We have attached a link to notaries available in Ireland.

We also press stamp duty on court documents, and can provide fee cards. You can check the stamp duty on any particular document by searching ‘common court fees’ provided under our ‘useful links’ page.