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Heritage Law provides Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths services.

Our Commissioner of Oaths services can aid in endorsing affirmations and declarations as well as receiving affidavits and administering oaths.

Our Notary Public services can offer these as well as endorsing documents that can be used outside of Alberta. Learn more about the differences between Commissioner of Oaths and Notary Public services on our blog.

Power of Attorney

Power of attorney is written authorization to represent or act on another’s behalf.

Administering Oaths

These are solemn promises of truthfulness made by the signer or a witness.

Notarization of Documents

These documents are certified by a Notary, who verifies the identity of those signing. The document is then marked with a stamp or seal.

Taking Affidavits

Affidavits are written statements, confirmed by oath or affirmation, that can be used as evidence in court.

Affirmations and Declarations

Affirmations and declarations are sworn personal statements based on personal knowledge or fact. They can be used in court but are not used as evidence.

Authentications

Authentications are performed in order to prove a document is genuine and not a forgery.

Guarantee Acknowledgement Certificates

A lawyer can sign on a Guarantee Acknowledgement Certificate in which an individual makes a personal promise to fulfill their obligations on a loan or other agreement.

Travel Consent Letters

Travel consent letters are used if a child is traveling alone or with only one adult, such as a parent, guardian or teacher. This letter notifies authorities that a parent or guardian has given consent for the child.

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