Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Regulations
(2) Where a birth certificate referred to in subsection (1) cannot be obtained, proof of age of the spouse is established by
(a) a statutory declaration of the spouse in which the spouse attests to the spouse’s date of birth and explains the reasons why the birth certificate cannot be obtained; and
(b) a document that was created
(i) within five years after the date of birth of the spouse and that indicates the name of the spouse and the date of birth or age of the spouse, or
(ii) at least 20 years before the day on which the election is made and that indicates the name of the spouse and date of birth of the spouse, which document is accompanied by a statutory declaration by which a person, other than the contributor or the spouse, attests that the date stated in the document is the correct date of birth of the spouse.
(3) Where a document or statutory declaration referred to in paragraph (2)(b) is to be submitted but cannot be obtained, the statutory declaration referred to in paragraph (2)(a) shall set out the reasons why the document or statutory declaration cannot be obtained.
- SOR/94-347, s. 1
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