In Ontario, you can get a document notarized by visiting the office of a notary public. The notary public will physically verify your identity through government-issued photo identification and will personally witness you signing the document, or require you to swear...
A power of attorney document, sometimes also called a POA, is a legal document through which a person (called the “Grantor”) appoints someone (called the “Attorney”) as an agent to make important decisions. This document will enable the Attorney to make...
Keeping in view the COVID-19 physical distancing measures and guidelines, Ontario lawyers are now legally authorized to virtually witness and sign wills or powers of attorneys with the assistance of audio-visual communication technology. This authorization is...
Office closures and social distancing measures are making it harder for everyday notarization tasks to take place. The situation is presenting difficulty in getting different legal and financial prepared for timely execution. In these difficult times, the Notary Place...
It is often confusing to distinguish between a notary public and a commissioner of oaths. While both these officials perform some similar functions, there are some material differences that are important to know so that the intended purpose is not frustrated. In...
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