Notary Public and Commissioner of Oaths Services
At Kurie Law Group we are also available to sign and swear documents with you and can assist you with the following services:
- Oaths, Affirmations and Declarations – administering and attesting to oaths, affirmations, affidavits and declarations;
- Travel Consents;
- Notarized Documents – certifying and attesting true copies of documents;
- Notary Witness – witnessing or certifying and attesting the execution of deeds, contracts and commercial instruments as Notary Publics; and
- Authentication and legalization of our signatures and seals as Notary Publics.
If you only require a commissioner of oaths, our office is proud to offer all of our commissioning services at no charge.
Some common questions we hear about Notary Services and Commissioner of Oaths are:
- What is a Notary Public?
- What is a Commissioner of Oaths?
- Is there a cost for a Commissioner of Oaths or a Notary Public?
- Do I need a Notary Public or a Commissioner of Oaths?
What is a Commissioner of Oaths?
A Commissioner of Oaths is certified to endorse affirmations and declarations and receive affidavits or administer oaths. Commissioners of Oaths are lawyers, students-at-law, some legal assistants, judges, full-time commissioned officers of the Canadian Forces, school board trustees, justices of the peace and police officers are all Commissioners of Oaths.
What is a Notary Public?
In Alberta, a Notary Public has all the powers of a Commissioner of Oaths as well as endorse documents to be used outside of the Province. Notary Publics that are lawyers or judges can witness, certify and attest to business documents, contracts and property deeds.