A “Commissioner for Oaths” in the Province of Alberta may witness signatures on legal documents or witness a witness’s signature on legal documents such as Statutory Declarations, Land Titles Transfers, Vital Statistics Documents, Divorce Documents, etc. A “Commissioner for Oaths” may NOT perform other actions, such as certifying true copies, completion of documents, etc.
Our Commissioners are authorized to administer oaths, affirmations and solemn declarations for:
- Damaged passport
- Lost passport
- Land title transfer
- Pension documents
- Pension applications
- Pension waivers
- Accountants licenses
- Real estate licenses
- And many more
Do I need a Commissioner for Oaths or a Notary Public?
- If the documents are being used within Alberta, you need a Commissioner for Oaths.
- If the documents are being used outside Alberta, you need a Notary Public.
- If the document needs to be “certified as a true copy”, you need a Notary Public
Registrations Are Us has a Commissioner for Oaths available 7 days a week.
Contact Registrations Are Us and we’ll help you through the process.