Civil law

Advice on property rights, legal relationships and responsibilities including Justice of the Peace services.
An Abridged Incident Report contains information collected by police about a criminal incident relating to a property or injury offence.
The Western Australian Registry registers all deaths that occur in Western Australia since 1 September 1841.
How you can legally change your name and your options after you get married.  
An enduring Power of Attorney is a legal agreement that enables a person to appoint a trusted person - or people - to make financial and/or property decisions on their behalf.
If you are unable to attend a Document Witnessing Centre, you can find a Justice of the Peace (JP) in your area by using the online search facility.
A Justice of the Peace is available at the State Library to attest documents, certify copies of original documents and witness signing of documents.
Information on wills, enduring power of attorney, deceased estate administration, executor support, financial administration and trust management services.
The jury system is an integral part of the judicial system and is coordinated by the Sheriff of Western Australia.
Information about the obligations of the executor of the estate after a person dies, including applying for probate. 
The Registry is required to record all births occurring in Western Australia but can only do this where the parents complete and lodge a Birth Registration Form.
Search cemetery records for the metropolitan area for details of interments, entombments, cremations and memorials dating back to 1899.

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If you have not found the information or service you are looking for, you may wish to consult local governments or the Federal Government.

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