Notary and Commissioner of Oaths
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In Ontario, notaries public and commissioners for taking affidavits (commissioners of oaths) are legal professionals who play important roles in verifying and certifying documents and administering oaths.

Here’s what each of these roles entails:

Notary Public

A notary public is a legal professional authorized to perform various notarial acts, including witnessing and authenticating documents, administering oaths, and certifying copies of documents.
Notaries public can also draft and certify certain legal documents, such as powers of attorney and affidavits.
Notaries public are appointed by the provincial government, and their services are recognized internationally.

Commissioner for Taking Affidavits (Commissioner of Oaths)

A commissioner for taking affidavits, often referred to as a “commissioner of oaths,” is a person authorized to administer oaths or affirmations for documents that will be used within the province.
Commissioners of oaths primarily verify the identity of the person making a statement or signing an affidavit and ensure that they are doing so truthfully.
Commissioners of oaths do not have the authority to certify copies of documents or perform other notarial acts.

Statutory Declarations
Consent to Travel Letter
Name Change Application

1st Notarization / Commission / Certification / Exhibit = $60.00 + HST
2nd Notarization / Commission / Certification / Exhibit = $25.00 + HST
3rd Notarization / Commission / Certification / Exhibit = $10.00 + HST

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