|One-stop centre at Palace of Justice|
|Friday, 08 June 2012 09:17am|
©The New Straits Times (Used by permission)
PUTRAJAYA: A one-stop centre has been set up in the Palace of Justice (PoJ) to facilitate the public seeking the services of Commissioners for Oaths to certify public documents.
The centre, located on the ground floor, not only helps to save time but also has done away with several inconveniences.
PoJ corporate communications and international relations unit head Mohd Aizuddin Zolkeply said over the last 10 years, the public had to first meet commissioners on duty on the second floor.
"They had to go to the third floor to make payment before returning to the second floor to get their documents certified.
"Now the public has to first obtain a number and the counter staff will vet their documents.
"Payment is then made and the documents would be sent to the commissioners. The individual has to be present for verification before the document is signed.
"All these are carried out at the centre and the transactions only take a few minutes."
Three commissioners, who are court staff, will be on duty at any one time. Seven other counters have been set up to file documents in the Federal Court and the Court of Appeal.
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