Notarization, Certification, Commissioning

$15.00 + hst

  • Notarize can mean 3 different things:

    1. Have the Notary notarize your signature on your original document; or

    2. Have the Notary certify your document is an original; or

    3. Have the Notary make a notarized true copy of the original document.

  • When you ask the Notary to 'NOTARIZE' a document, by law, the Notary cannot tell you which of these options is required. You must determine which one will serve your purpose before you come to our office.

  • If you are uncertain what to do you may need to call the institution requesting your document, to see which options they will accept.

  • For options 2 and 3, you must bring the original with you to your appointment.

  • For option 3 (a notarized true copy) you must also bring a photocopy, and the Notary will notarize and seal the copy.


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