Notarization, Certification, Commissioning

$15.00 + hst


  • Cash payment only. We don't have electronic payment devices. You will receive a receipt.

  • Bring TWO government issued photo identification (examples: passport, citizenship card, permanent resident card, driver's license).


  • Bring the photocopy and the original document - the notary must view the original.

  • If you are photocopying multiple documents onto a single page, by law, each photocopied image requires its own seal. A fee for each seal is required.

  • A multi-page document requires only 1 seal. The Notary will seal 1st page and signature stamp other pages. If 5 or more pages, extra fee of \$0.25 per page.


  • Before arriving at our office: MARK AN 'X' at each place the Notary is to sign.

  • Complete all your documents: fill in forms, enter ID numbers, attach photographs, if required, etc., BEFORE arriving at our office.

  • Don't sign or date the documents before seeing the Notary. It is the Notary's job to properly identify you and witness you signing.

  • The name on the government issued photo ID you bring must match the name you are using on your document; especially important where you have two (2) last names.

  • Notary fees are charged per notary signature and seal, not per document.

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