Yes, particularly if there is anything on the reverse side.
You will need to re-copy the document. The photocopy MUST be a true, complete and clear copy of the original document.
Yes, providing that all the documents (both sides where appropriate) are copied clearly and there is enough space for the Justice of the Peace to certify each photocopy separately without covering any relevant or required features/information on each copy.
You will need to re-copy the document.
It would be best to make an appointment with a Justice of the Peace by contacting a Justice of the Peace through one of the services listed above. If you are attending a Document Signing Centre, you may be interrupted to allow others to have their needs met or be asked to wait.
Yes, as long as you bring the original documents and the photocopies with you the Justice of the Peace will be able to certify the copies for your daughter.
Unfortunately no. Unless you obtain an accreditation stamp of the statement from your bank. If you have the bank’s accreditation, yes the Justice of the Peace will be certifing your copy for you.