The Quiz module consists of 10 questions to answer based on the content covered in the lessons. Click the start quiz button and select the most appropriate answer form the options available. The required score is a minimum of 80% to successfully complete the module at which point you will receive your CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION for the module.
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Can you certify a copy of an electronic document?
Recent (2018/2019) legislation changes around certification of true copies were made to:
Prescribed wording for Oaths and Affirmations came into effect 1 March 2019. There is:
Prescribed wording for certification of true copies came into effect 1 March 2019?
A Prescribed Statutory Declaration Form came into effect 1 March 2019. Which is the correct form to use?
If a person presents a document for certification which they know is not a copy of that original document?
If a person certifies a document which they know is not a copy of the original document?
A person comes in with what they tell you is a Mexican marriage certificate and what looks to be a copy. You don’t speak Spanish. Can you certify it as a true copy?
A young lady comes to your office with paperwork from Births, Deaths and Marriages and wants you to certify a true copy of her original Ethiopian Adoption Certificate. Can you certify this?
When certifying a true copy of another true copy, the correct wording is?