Commissioner for Oaths
A Commissioner for Oaths in the Province of Alberta may witness signatures on legal documents or witness a witnesses signature on legal documents such as Statutory Declarations, Land Titles Transfers, Vital Statistics Documents, etc. being used for, and within the Province of Alberta. A Commissioner for Oaths may NOT perform other actions, such as certifying true copies, completion of documents, etc.
If your documents require certification by a Notary Public, you must have them certified by a lawyer.
We have two staff members available to sign Statutory Declarations and Affidavits.
$16 per signature
CONTRACTOR DISCOUNT AVAILABLE.
Crowfoot SURE Print does not provide Notary services
What is the difference between a Notary and a Commissioner?
A Notary Public has the power to administer oaths, and take and receive affidavits, declarations and affirmations, just as a Commissioner for Oaths can. However, the Notary Public may do several things that a Commissioner cannot.
A Notary Public may deal with documents that will be used outside of Alberta (for example, an affidavit to be used in a lawsuit being conducted in the United States). A Notary also has the power to issue certificates under the Guarantees Acknowledgment Act, another Alberta statute.