What is a Notary Public?
A notary public is a person that serves as an official witness to the signing of legal documents. A notary public may also administer oaths, solemn affirmations, and declarations that are used in affidavits and statutory declarations, as well as certify documents to be true copies of the original.
Do I need a Notary? What documents can be Notarized?
- Certified True Copies
- Statement of Arrears
- OSAP Affidavit
- Life Certificate
- Statutory Declaration to Unite with Extended Family during COVID-19
- Sworn Statement for a Family Gift of a Used Vehicle in Ontario
- Statutory Declaration of Common-Law Union
- Insurance Proof of Loss Form
- Letter of Invitation for Canada Visitor Visa
- Custodianship Declaration
- Parental Consent Letter for Children to Travel Abroad
- Ontario Registrant Identification Number (RIN)
- Statutory Declaration as part of Application to change an adult or a child's name
- An Affidavit to register a vehicle with no ownership
- Statutory Declaration of progress payment by contractor or subcontractor
- Last Will and Testament/Power of Attorney
- And More...
Please note all documents MUST be signed in the presence of the Notary Public.
Cost: $35 for the first document, and an additional $15 for each additional document.
Mobile Notary is available at an additional cost.
Now donating a portion of proceeds from every Notary appointment to a selected charity each month.
This Months Charity is Lost Boys Hope Dog Rescue
To donate click here