Commissioner for Oaths

What does a Commissioner for Oaths do?

In Alberta, a Commissioner for Oaths is defined by the Commissioners for Oaths Act in the Statutes of Alberta, Chapter C-20.

A Commissioner for Oaths administers oaths, and takes and receives affidavits, declarations, and affirmations that will be used in Alberta.

A Commissioner for Oaths does not verify the accuracy or contents of a document such as an Affidavit. A Commissioner for Oaths administers and takes the oath where the deponent swears or affirms that the document is accurate and the Commissioner for Oaths also verifies the identification of the person giving the oath.

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Notary Public

What does a Notary Public do?

In Alberta, a Notary Public is defined by the Notaries Public Act in the Statutes of Alberta, Chapter N-6.

A notary public is a public officer constituted by law to serve the public in administrative matters both domestically and for international matters. Notaries administer oaths, take affidavits and statutory declarations, witness and authenticate the execution of documents, and provide notarial copies of documents.

A Notary Public can verify documents as true copies of originals. A Notary Public does not verify the accuracy or contents of a document such as an Affidavit. A Notary Public administers and takes the oath where the deponent swears or affirms that the document is accurate and the Notary Public also verifies the identification of the person giving the oath.

High Level Law LLP can provide for all your Notary Public needs.

Fees for such services are generally charged on a per document basis. Anyone who maywish to use our Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public services must provide valid adn current identification.

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