As a Notary Public, we can do the following:
- Administer oaths (attest to the truth of a statement);
- Administer and receive affirmations (can be used if a person objects to being sworn on the basis of religious belief and is as binding and effective as an oath);
- Receive declaration (a written account of truth);
- Issue deeds and contracts, charter-parties and other mercantile documents in Saskatchewan; and
- Attest to commercial instruments (documents) brought before him or her in Saskatchewan.
Examples of what a Notary Public can do are:
- Sign passport documents;
- Certify copies of birth certificates and
- Certified documents regarding homesteads.
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Commissioner for Oaths
As a Commissioner for Oaths we can do the following:
- Administer oaths to a person who is demonstrating the truth of a statement;
- Administer and receive affirmations (can be used if a person objects to being sworn on the basis of religious belief and is as binding and effective as an oath); and
- Receive declarations (a written account of truth).
Documents that are typically commissioned by Commissioner for Oaths include:
- Mortgage, divorce, estate, land transfer/title documents;
- Real estate, insurance, loan, brokage documents;
- Contracts, surface lease agreements, proof of loss;
- Sale documents;
- Bond documents;
- Insolvency documents;
- Affidavit of services; and
- Government documents.
- Passport photos
- Canadian Passport
- Security Guard
- Metis Card
- Status Card