Local councillor appointed Commissioner for Oaths

Fine Gael Councillor, Michael Murphy, has been appointed a Commissioner for Oaths.

Fine Gael Councillor, Michael Murphy, has been appointed a Commissioner for Oaths.

Michael, a native of Clonmel, applied for the position last year and recently received news of his appointment from the Chief Justice, Mrs.

Justice Susan Denham, which was ratified following a lengthy process.

Apart from his work as a public representative, Michael works for the Enfer Group, whose headquarters are located just outside Clerihan, Clonmel.

Michael also serves as a Peace Commissioner.

A Commissioner for Oaths is a person who is authorised to verify affidavits, which are statements in writing and on oath, and other legal documents. You may need the services of a Commissioner for Oaths if you are giving evidence on affidavit for court proceedings in Ireland or if you are making an affirmation, declaration, acknowledgement, examination or attestation for the purposes of court proceedings or for the purposes of registration of documents.

“I’m very pleased with my appointment as a Commissioner for Oaths and am available at all times to assist the people of South Tipperary in this role,” he said.

The appointment takes immediate effect.

Michael can be contacted on 087 3226699 or email cllrmichael.murphy@southtippcoco.ie