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A certified copy means an identification document that has been certified as a true and correct copy of an original document by an approved certifier (refer below for approved certifiers).
The approved certifier must certify that the photocopy is a true and correct copy of the original by writing on and signing the photocopy as follows:
I, [full name of approved certifier], a/an [select appropriate from list of approved persons below], certify that this [name of document] is a true and correct copy of the original. [Signature and date]
I, John Citizen, a Justice of the Peace, certify that this Trust Deed is a true and correct copy of the original.
The following persons are approved by the Bank to certify identification documents:
Overseas customers must provide a completed applicable WIB Certified Copy Certificate and can only use the following category of certifiers:
Category 12 or 13 where the international bank/finance company is acceptable to Westpac (Please refer to your Client Enquiry Manager for a current list of acceptable banks)
Any of the persons specified in category 1 to 17 where the person holds these positions within Australia.
The document below has been prepared for customers to provide guidance on the process for certifying identification documents. This document is for Australian registered/resident customers only. Customers registered/residing overseas must refer to the applicable Certified Copy Certificate for instructions.
Complete if your organisation wishes to nominate an employee of your company to become Verfiying Officer in respect to all or specific accounts held with the Bank.