People who are authorised to witness affidavits, or authorised to witness statutory declarations, can also certify copies of original instruments. This means they can certify that a photocopy of a completed form is a true and complete copy of the original.
See the Department of Justice and Community Safety website for the lists of:
For the enduring power of attorney, the Powers of Attorney Act 2014 states that each page, other than the last page, of the copy must be certified by the authorised person to the effect that the copy of that page is a true and complete copy of the corresponding page of the original instrument.
The last page of the copy must be certified to the effect that the copy of the instrument is a true and complete copy of the original instrument.
The other completed forms should be certified in a similar way.