As several official signed documents such as property deeds, birth, adoption, marriage or divorce certificates, government documents and other limitless array of legal documents are required to be notarized, there is an extended evening & weekend service daily that is efficient and quick. Documents can be notarized/commissioned in just 5 to 10 minutes.
A notary public has the authority conferred by the Notaries Act to administer oaths, solemn affirmations, and declarations that are used for affidavits and statutory declarations. Please note that you must sign in the physical presence of the Notary for her to notarize your signature.
Certified True Copy
In many situations you may be required to provide an important document such as your passport, birth certificate, identification card or academic records for an application or as a supporting document. Rather than submitting the original document, in most cases a certified true copy (or “notarized copy”), will be sufficient.
If you are required to provide a certified true copy of an original document such as your passport, birth certificate, identification card or academic records for an application or as a supporting document, a Notary Public is required in most Canadian provinces to certify that the original you present is a true copy of the original.
The Notary will certify a photocopy of your original document as being a true copy of the original by affixing a signature, seal and statement to that effect on the copy itself.
Certified Copies of Original Documents ie. College Diploma, University Degree, Marriage/Birth Certificate e.t.c.
Certification of Government Forms
Certified Copy of Court Order
Certified Copy of Government Identification ie. Passport, Driver's license
Certified Copy of Powers of Attorney
Certified Copy of Probated Will
Please note that providing your personal information for the provision of drafts of documents i.e. Statutory Declaration/Affidavit e.t.c. in the services offered in this website does not constitute Legal Advice nor create a lawyer/client relationship.
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