The Common Law Oath

The Common Law Oath must be taken by all elected officers of the Common Law Assembly at the time they are elected and sworn in, such as:

  • Court Adjudicator
  • Bailiff
  • Sheriff
  • Jury members
  • Court reporters
  • Witnesses in a court
  • Plaintiff and Defendant giving testimony before a court
  • Anyone else wishing to establish their honour before witnesses

Any Chartered member of an Assembly may also swear the Oath in front of their assembly members to affirm their standing in honour.

After taking the Oath and recording it here you will receive a confirmation email with your certificate attached. Print it out and laminate it.

Keep it in public view in your office, home, or when performing your duties as a chartered member of an Assembly

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