2013 Hawaii Revised Statutes
621. Evidence and witnesses, generally
621-13 Oaths, validity of.

HI Rev Stat § 621-13 (2013) What's This?

§621-13 Oaths, validity of. If an oath has been administered by a judge of a court of record, or by a clerk, notary public, or other person having authority to administer oaths by the law of the place where the oath was administered, it shall not be an objection to the validity of the oath that the judge or other person has not jurisdiction or cognizance of the matter or thing concerning which the oath was administered. [L 1876, c 32, §65; RL 1925, §2631; RL 1935, §3822; RL 1945, §9833; RL 1955, §222-13; HRS §621-13; am L 1972, c 104, §1(h)]

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