Notary Seal, Commissioner of Oath & Certified True Copies
If you are looking for a Notary Public or a Commissioners of Oaths in Mississauga to make a certified true copy, commission an affidavit, or simply witness your signature, look no further!
We are able to do the following:
For Certified True Copies, we must see the original document to verify that it is in fact a genuine copy. In some cases, original documents may only be found online. In this case we will look at the online original and certify a printed copy.
Please note, that a notary service does not involve providing any legal advice, or any advice that can be construed as legal advice.
Our service is efficient and quick. We can often notarize/certify a document in just 5 – 10 minutes. Just give us a call to book an appointment.
We offer drafting services for affidavits and Statutory Declarations. This is done on the spot – without further appointments being necessary. The whole process is quick and easy for you.
An affidavit is a written declaration of facts that is sworn by an “affiant” in front of a Notary Public or Commissioner of Oaths. Evidence for court matters or other legal procedures often needs to come in the form of an affidavit.
A Statutory Declaration is similar to an affidavit. It is a written declaration of facts by a “declarant” However, unlike an affidavit; it is not a sworn document. Rather than swear an oath, a “declaration” is administered by the Notary Public. It has the same legal effect of an affidavit.
Please note, that our drafting service does not involve providing any legal advice, or any advice that can be construed as legal advice.
Sometimes when a non-Canadian applies for a Visa to enter Canada, immigration officials requests a “Letter of Invitation” from a resident of Canada. The person inviting the guest to Canada provides information about his/herself and the visa applicant. Though a letter of invitation cannot guarantee the receipt of a visa to Canada, it is often a government requirement.
We can draft your Letter of Invitation on the spot – without further appointments being necessary. The whole process is quick and easy for you.
Please note, that this service does not involve providing any legal advice, or any advice that can be construed as legal advice.
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A Promissory Note is a contract documenting a financial promise between two parties. The borrower (the person who received a loan) promises to pay back a sum to the lender, outlining when and how they will return the borrowed amount. A Promissory Note is often used when the amount is fairly small or the agreement is straightforward.
Terms included in a Promissory Note:
Promissory Notes are generally recommended for people who have either borrowed or lent a sum of money. While you may not want to provide a promissory note for the price of a coffee, a Promissory Note should be used for anything that will require payments over time or that cannot be paid back right away.