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Notary Public

What Does a Notary Do?

A Notary Public or Notary is a legal officer with specific judicial authority or a public officer appointed under authority of law with power to:

• Administer or commission oaths and affirmations

• Certify and witness affidavits, declarations or other documents

• Take acknowledgments

• Take depositions or testimony

• Commission Affidavits of Service

• Drafting an Affidavit

• Statutory Declaration of Confirming Identity

• Statutory Declarations of Marital Status

• Statutory Declaration re: Ownership of Property

• Prepare wills, mortgages, and other legal documents

• Provide official authentication/witnessing of signature

• Certify true copy of school/college diplomas, certificates, university degrees

• Provide affidavits of lost documents

• Letter of invitation for the purposes of applying for a Canadian visitor's visa

• Name changes

• Notarial certificates

• Duplicate original notarizations

• Noting and protesting of bills of exchange

• Preparation of ships' protests

• Passport Application: (includes certifications of applicant's photo, declaration in lieu of guarantor and certification of documents that support the applicant's identity

• Permanent Resident Card Applications: includes certification of applicant's photo, declaration in lieu of guarantor and certification of documents that support the applicant's identity

• Consent of Travel Documents: Drafting and notarization of consent to travel document for when a child is traveling without both parents

• Draft a Power of Attorney

These are the most common services, but there are many others.

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