Notarization, Certification, Commissioning

$15.00 + hst

  • By law, the Notary cannot decide which signatures will need to be notarized. You must consult with your lawyer before coming; and MARK AN 'X' at each place you want the Notary to sign. We won't be able to notarize your documents unless this has been completed beforehand.

  • Documents may require extra Witnesses. Bring someone with you.

  • If you have a document which requires the Notary to give legal advice or explain the contents of a document, you will need to complete that document in front of a qualified Property Lawyer. The Notary cannot give any legal advice.

  • DO NOT SIGN any documents until you are in front of the Notary.

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

  • The name on your government issued Photo ID must match the name on the document being signed. This is especially important if you have two (2) last names.

  • If you require the Notary to make any CERTIFIED COPIES, bring the originals and the photocopies. The Notary must see the original and there is no copier or printer at our office.

  

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