Commissioner of Oaths Burnaby
Have your document Notarized by a Burnaby Notary
We’re glad that you decided to complete your notarization with us. Please read below to find answers to any questions you may have. You can book your appointment online or call us at 604-245-2244 to make an appointment. Find some answers to common questions below.
What type of identification should you bring?
You can bring two pieces of valid (non-expired) government identification, at least one having a photo of you with your signature, to your appointment. You can choose from the following: a driver’s licence, passport, nexus card, birth certificate, social insurance card, and permanent residence card. You may also use a non-expired credit card with your signature.
If the names on your identification vary, the Notary can use the name on your driver’s license by making a small edit to the document you want notarized. If you require a clean copy without corrections, your legal representative can prepare a Name Affidavit confirming that you acknowledge using other names.
How you can prepare for the notarization?
Please read the document before your appointment. It would help if you filled in the information that is asked of you before you arrive. Please do not sign the form. Your Notary (and Commissioner of Oaths) will ask you if you understand the nature and effect of the document, for example, before you sign. If you do not understand the form, you need to contact the financial institution or government body that gave it to you. You should not sign a document that you do not understand.
HELP WITH FORMS
Affidavit of Identity
Affidavit Pharmacare Health Insurance
Certified True Copy
Custodianship Declaration Custodian for Minors Studying in Canada
Estate Declaration $25,000 and under
Please bring two pieces of valid (non-expired) government identification, one with your photo and signature, and a recent utility bill showing that you reside at the address indicated in the form.
ICBC Statutory Declaration MV1484
We can help you to notarize an ICBC Statutory Declaration MV1484. After you receive the declaration from your insurance broker (or download it online), call us to book a notarization in Burnaby at 604-245-2244 or book an appointment online.
Letter of Invitation
We can notarize a “letter of invitation” that you have prepared. We can also prepare a letter of invitation for you.
Powers of Attorney
We cannot notarize a Power of Attorney (or estate planning document) that you prepared yourself or downloaded online. We can write a Power of Attorney for you. Please book online or call 604-245-2244 to make an appointment.
Statutory DeclarationsWe can help you to complete the following statutory declarations:
- Application for Change of Name
- Application for Registration in the College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia
- Canada Post Statutory Declaration
- Common Law Union
- Correction of Error or Omission in Birth Registration
- In Lieu of Guarantor
- Intended Payee Not Paid
- Legal Marriage
- Loss of Funds
- Progress Payment Distribution by Subcontractor
- Proof of Identity
- Public Works and Government Services Canada
- Unregistered Vehicles and Government Services Canada
Travel Consent Letter
The parents or guardians who are not accompanying a child should complete the Travel Consent Letter. The government of Canada provides a form that you can download online.
We cannot notarize Wills (or an estate planning document) that you either prepared yourself or downloaded online. Wills prepared by a legal representative preserve a record of your wishes, and the notes made by a Notary can be admitted to court to protect your wishes and protect your beneficiaries from legal challenges from others. Please call us at 604-245-2244 to book an estate planning appointment in Burnaby.