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Notary Public and Commissioner of Oaths

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We deliver exceptional services either in-person and online at substantially fair prices. We comply with all of the legal requirements and procedures. We offer a wide-range of services such as notarizing certified true copies, oaths and affidavits, and statutory declarations.

In Ontario, the practice of notarizing is governed by the Notaries Act. Lawyers and Paralegals who have been appointed have a non-restrictive life-time appointment as a Notary Public. A notary Public has all the powers of a commissioner for taking affidavits in Ontario, and can also witness or certify, and attest, the execution of a document, and certify and attest documents to be true copies of the original.

As of August 1, 2020, the Notaries Act was amended, allowing for:

Remote or virtual notarization, but only if a regulation made under the Notaries Act permits such a practice and the conditions set out in that regulation are met. No regulations permitting remote notarization or setting out the conditions for remote notarization have been made.

How it works

We provide easy and convenient virtual notary appointments online. Electronically sign and digitally notarize your documents online within minutes. Our Notaries and Commissioners of Oaths and Affidavits will notarize your affidavits, statutory declarations and other documents quickly, easily and securely – and all online.
Here is how it works:

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    Book your online notary appointment.
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    Send us your paper documents and IDs.
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    Meet your notary professional by video and confirm identity.
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    Sign your documents electronically.
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    We will send you your notarized electronic copies. (Mailing out originals available too)
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What documents can be notarized

We provide notarize true copies, witness signatures and administer oaths on any document that may be required. Here is the list of specific documents:

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    Certified True Copies – a certified true copy of an original document is accepted as a genuine copy of the original document.
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    Travel Authorization Letter – A consent letter that demonstrates that children have permission to travel abroad from parents or guardians who are not accompanying them.
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    Invitation Letters – An invitation letter formally inviting a friend, family or business partner to come to Canada as visitor. This letter of invitation will serve as evidence of why the Canadian Consulate should grant the visa.
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    Name Change Application – The statutory declaration is part of the application to change a name that will need to be commissioned in order to be accepted by the Ontario Government
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    Signature Witness – identity verified and signature witnessed by an authorized individual.
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    Sworn Declaration – A sworn declaration is a set of facts set out on paper and sworn in front of a person authorized to administer oaths.
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    Statutory Declaration – Statements of facts written down and attested to by the “declarant” before an individual authorized to administer oaths.
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    Affidavit – A Formal statement made under oath, a statement made in an Affidavit must be true, based on the person creating the document’s knowledge and belief.
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    Vehicle Ownership Transfer – Legally transferring ownership of your vehicle to a family member requires a sworn statement in front of a Notary or Commissioner.
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    Common Law Declaration— Statutory Declaration of Common-Law Union requires a sworn statement in front of a Notary or Commissioner.
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    Affidavit of Identity – This is used when you have lost all of your government issued photo identification and require an Affidavit of Identity to support your claim.
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    Certificate of Origin – An attestation which states that particular goods ready for exportation have been wholly obtained, produced, manufactured, or processed in a particular country, etc.
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    And more.