A notary public is a person who witnesses oaths, signs affidavits and certifies documents to be true copies of the original.
Documents that can be Notarized
- Certified True Copies
- Statement of Arrears
- OSAP Affidavit
- Life Certificate
- Statutory Declaration to Unite with Extended Family during COVID-19
- Sworn Statement for a Family Gift of a Used Vehicle in Ontario
- Statutory Declaration of Common-Law Union
- Insurance Proof of Loss Form
- Letter of Invitation for Canada Visitor Visa
- Custodianship Declaration
- Parental Consent Letter for Children to Travel Abroad
- Ontario Registrant Identification Number (RIN)
- Statutory Declaration as part of Application to change an adult or a child's name
- And More...
Please note all documents MUST be signed in the presence of the Notary Public.
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