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WHAT IS A NOTARY PUBLIC?

A notary public (notary) of the common law is a public officer constituted by law to serve the public in non-contentious matters usually concerned with general financial transactions, estates, deeds, powers-of-attorney, and foreign and international business. A notary’s main functions are to validate the signature of a person (for purposes of signing a document); administer oaths and affirmations; take affidavits and statutory declarations, including from witnesses; authenticate the execution of certain classes of documents; take acknowledgments (e.g., of deeds and other conveyances); provide notice of foreign drafts; provide exemplifications and notarial copies; and, to perform certain other official acts depending on the jurisdiction.[1] Such transactions are known as notarial acts, or more commonly, notarizations. The term notary public only refers to common-law notaries and should not be confused with civil-law notaries

With the exceptions of Louisiana, Puerto Rico, Quebec(whose private law is based on civil law), and British Columbia (whose notarial tradition stems from scrivener notary practice), a notary public in the rest of the United States and most of Canada has powers that are far more limited than those of civil-law or other common-law notaries, both of whom are qualified lawyers admitted to the bar: such notaries may be referred to as notaries-at-law or lawyer notaries. Therefore, at common law, notarial service is distinctly different from the practice of law, and giving legal advice and preparing legal instruments is forbidden to lay notaries such as those appointed throughout most of the United States. Despite these distinctions, lawyers in the United States may apply to become notaries, and this class of notary is allowed to provide legal advice, such as determining the type of act required (affidavit, acknowledgment, etc.).

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Notary Services

Authentication & Legalization

The procedures needed to make papers notarized in Canada valid for use outside of Canada include authentication and legalisation. This is the equivalent to apostille, which is not conducted in Canada.

 Riolaw Notary’s authentication and legalisation services for international documents. We offer you with all procedures – notarization, authentication and legalisation – rapidly and easily. – our experienced Authentication and Legalization Specialists can do it all for you!

HOW DOES IT WORKS?

To notarize your documents, arrange a meeting with one of our Authentication and Legalization Specialists. not within Canada? We can arrange to have your documents mailed to us, no problem.

Your documents get authenticated by the Authentication and Legalization Specialist at Official Document Services or Global Affairs Canada.

The Authentication and Legalization Specialist legalizes your documents at the embassy or consulate.

We return your documents to you in person or by mail after they have been notarized, authenticated, or legalised.

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After a document is authenticated, Global Affairs Canada in Ottawa or Official Document Services in Toronto verifies the notary’s stamp and signature and issues a certificate of authenticity.

After document is legalized, the consulate or embassy of the country in which the document is to be used verifies the certificate of authenticity of Global Affairs Canada or Official Document Services.

ATTENTION

ATTENTION

in some cases, other laws and regulations must be applied in fact, some document needs some compliance with the law prior to Notarization

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Online Notary Services (NOT AVAILABLE NOW)

notarize your affidavits, statutory declarations and other documents fast, easily and securely 

The process for a remote online notary is easy. We are here to help you in all of the steps.

You just need to join an audio-video conference. then we will check your identification based on authentication method. Your Electronic Notary will be there to assist you if you run into any difficulties. 
One of the top online notaries public will be with you immediately after you schedule your online notary appointment 

HOW DOES IT WORK?

in some cases, other laws and regulations must be applied
in fact, some document needs some compliance with the law prior to Notarization

ATTENTION

ATTENTION

IMPORTANT* - CERTIFIED TRUE COPIES AND STANDARD SIGNATURE WITNESS (Travel Consents, letters etc) NEED IN PERSON APPOINTMENTS. ONLY AFFIDAVITS AND STATUTORY DECLARATIONS CAN BE DONE ONLINE.

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List of Notary Services

Commissioners for taking affidavits (sometimes referred to as commissioners of oaths) take affidavits or declarations by asking you to swear or affirm that what is in a document is true.

In Ontario, they’re regulated under the Commissioners for taking Affidavits Act.

A Notary Public has all the powers of a commissioner for taking affidavits and, can verify that signatures, marks and copies of documents are true or genuine. Notaries are regulated under the Notaries Act . Every lawyer and paralegal in Ontario is also automatically a commissioner for taking affidavits. for more information click here

Affidavits, Oaths and Sworn Statements

we provide full service of any affidavit, oath, or sworn statement, including:

  • OSAP affidavits, including sole support
  • affidavit of ownership vehicle
  • Sworn Statements for Family Gift of a Used Vehicle in the Province of Ontario
  • Affidavits of ownership for pleasure craft, boats, snowmobiles and scooters
  • Affidavits for insurance claims
  • Affidavits of service, including Form 6B Affidavit of Service
  • Sworn Statements for Family Gift of a Used Vehicle in the Province of Ontario
  • Sworn statements for Ministry of Transportation Registration Identification Number and business vehicle registration in Ontario
  • Form 36 Affidavits of Divorce
  • OSAP affidavits, including sole support status, common law status and marital status
  • Affidavits of marital status, including separation and common law relationships
  • Consent to travel letters for children traveling abroad
  • Affidavits of single status
  • Affidavits of identity / one and the same person
  • Affidavits of name split
  • Form 74.8 Affidavit of Execution of Will or Codicil
Statutory Declaration
  • Statutory declarations confirming identity
  • Statutory declarations of marital status
  • Statutory declarations regarding ownership of property
  • Statutory declarations for professional accreditation and licensing
  • Statutory declarations regarding lost, stolen or damaged passports
  • Form PPTC 132 Statutory Declarations in Lieu of Guarantor for Passports
  • Statutory declarations for sex or gender designation on government documents for adults and children, including Statutory Declaration for Change of Sex Designation on a Birth Registration
  • Statutory declarations for Statements in Lieu of Certificate of Non-Impediment to Marriage Abroad
  • IMM5409E Statutory Declaration of Common Law Status
  • IMM 0006E Application for Authorization and Statutory Declaration (Extended Family Members)
  • IMM 0016E Application for Authorization and Statutory Declaration for the Parent of a Minor
Wills and Powers of Attorney

Wills and powers of attorney cannot be drafted by us.

WE ALLOWED TO NOTARIZED YOUR DRAFTED (WRITTEN) WILL or POWER OF ATTORNEY

  • Wills
  • Form 74.8 Affidavit of Execution of Will or Codicil
  • Powers of attorney for personal care
  • Continuing powers of attorney for property
  • International powers of attorney
Verifying Signatures and Identities
  • Security clearance verification and identification, including CPIC checks, employment background checks, and Hire Right forms
  • Certifying true likeness in photographs and identification documents
  • Life certificates, proof of life certificates and certificates of existence
Agreements
  • Sale and purchase agreements for property and real estate in and outside Canada
  • Separation agreements
  • Custody agreements
  • Cohabitation agreements
  • Lease and rental agreements
  • Promissory notes
  • Contracts
  • Waivers and final releases
Professional Licensing and Registration Applications
  • Law Society of Ontario Lawyer Licensing Process Application
  • Law Society of Ontario Paralegal Licensing Process Application
  • Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons Applications for Certificate of Registration
  • Ontario College of Optometrists’ Applications for Certificates of Registration
  • College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario Registered Psychotherapist Application
  • College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario Application for Registration
  • National Dental Examination Board of Canada Certification Process Application
  • National Dental Examination Board of Canada Equivalency Process Application
  • Ontario College of Pharmacists Professional Registration Application
  • Medical Council of Canada Certified Identity Confirmation and Application
Ontario Court Forms
  • Form 6B Affidavit of Service
  • Form 14A Affidavit (General)
  • Form 23C Affidavit for Uncontested Trial
  • Form 26A Affidavit of Enforcement Expenses
  • Form 26B Affidavit for Filing Domestic Contract with Court
  • Form 36 Affidavit for Divorce
  • and all other court forms
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Forms

We can notarize IRCC forms and other immigration documents, including:

  • Letters of invitation
  • IMM5409E Statutory Declaration of Common Law Status
  • IMM 0006E Application for Authorization and Statutory Declaration (Extended Family Members)
  • IMM 0016E Application for Authorization and Statutory Declaration for the Parent of a Minor
  • IMM 5646 Custodian Declaration Form
  • Statutory declarations of identity
  • IRM 0005 Statutory Declaration to Reclaim an Indigenous Name on Canadian Citizenship Certificates or Permanent Resident Cards
  • Form PPTC 203E Declarations Concerning a Lost, Stolen, Inaccessible, Damaged or Found Canadian Travel Document
  • Form PPTC 132 Statutory Declarations in Lieu of Guarantor for Passports
Certified Copy of Original Document

certify true copies of any document, including:

  • Marriage certificates
  • Death certificates
  • Birth certificates
  • Drivers’ licences
  • Passports
  • University and college transcripts
  • Elementary and secondary school report cards
  • Degrees, diplomas and certificates
  • Utility bills
  • Bank records
  • Articles of incorporation
  • Corporate documents

in some cases, other laws and regulations must be applied
in fact, some document needs some compliance with the law prior to Notarization

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Price list

We are committed Affordable Fee as our Target

Notarization and Commissioning

Including: Statutory declarations, affidavits, letters and certified and much more…

in person Services

The first notarization costs $35 (including the notary’s stamp and signature), and each additional costs $20

online Services

The first notarization costs $30 (including the notary’s stamp and signature), and each additional costs $20

mobile Services

The first notarization costs $35 (including the notary’s stamp and signature), and each additional costs $20

Transportation fee is started from $70 to $110 available all entire Greater Toronto Area

Authentication and Legalization

Authentication

  • $100 and up
  • Plus any applicable Official Document Services fees
  • Plus shipping costs and any applicable Global Affairs Canada fee

Legalization

  • $125 and up
  • Plus shipping costs
  • Plus any applicable consulate / embassy fees

Additional Witnesses

We can provide the witness If your document requires a witness in addition to the notary

Witnesses

$35

Mailing Services

Your notarized documents can be shipped to a third party anywhere in the world, including Canada and the United States.

mailing/shipping

$20 plus the cost of mailing / shipping

Holiday Service

we open by appointment only for Statutory and all other type of holiday

appointment on holidays

$30 we are available on holidays ($30 extra fee is for accommodation)

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Affidavits of Vehicle Ownership

Affidavits of Vehicle Ownership

An affidavit of ownership is a sworn declaration that details when and from whom you bought the used car, as well as the reason you are unable to produce a bill of sale or other documentation proving your ownership. Used vehicle ownership affidavits must be signed in front of a notary public or affidavit commissioner.

We do NOTARIZE Affidavits of Vehicle Ownership

An affidavit of ownership is a sworn declaration that details when and from whom you bought the used car, as well as the reason you are unable to produce a bill of sale or other documentation proving your ownership. Used vehicle ownership affidavits must be signed in front of a notary public or affidavit commissioner.

we accept HTA offences
The affidavit should include:
  • Your name and address

  • The vehicle type and VIN number

  • The seller’s name

  • The date you purchased it

  • The purchase price

  • Why you don’t have a bill of sale:

    • If the seller did not provide one, you should explain what efforts you made to get a bill of sale and why you were not successful in getting one

    • If the bill of sale was lost or destroyed, you should explain how this happened

How could I verify if I require an ownership affidavit?

In Ontario, you have six days from the time of purchase to register a secondhand car with Service Ontario.

You must bring certain documentation and information to a Service Ontario centre in order to register the vehicle:

Required Document for Registering a Vehicle in Ontario
    • proof of insurance

    • your Ontario Driver’s Licence

    • used vehicle information package (UVIP)

    • bill of Sale (you can use the bottom of the used vehicle information package, as there is a section specifically for this)

    • Safety Standards Certificate (SSC), if applicable

    • owner’s permit with the completed Application for Transfer portion on the back

    • odometer reading information

If you don’t have a bill of sale, you can give Service Ontario a notarized affidavit of ownership explaining when you bought the car and why you’re unable to produce one.

What if I don’t have the seller’s information?

It’s alright if you don’t know the seller’s name or contact information! A Used Vehicle Information Package is available for purchase from Service Ontario. All former owners’ information is contained in the Used Vehicle Information Package. The Service Ontario website offers a Used Vehicle Information Package for $20: Package of Information about Used Vehicles

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