How do I get an affidavit in Calgary?

How do I get an affidavit in Calgary?

To schedule an appointment with a notary public or commissioner of oaths, call us toll-free at 1-877-225-8817 (or 403-225-8810 locally in Calgary, Alberta), or email us directly here today.

Who can sign affidavits in Alberta?

Every notary public can:

  • administer oaths or take affidavits, affirmations or declarations.
  • attest the oaths, affidavits, affirmations or declarations.
  • certify and attest a true copy of a document.
  • witness or certify and attest the execution of a document.

    Who can Commissioners an affidavit in Alberta?

    Who can be a Commissioner for Oaths in Alberta? You must: be at least 18 years of age; and. reside in Alberta (or in the part of Lloydminster that is located in Saskatchewan).

    Who can sign as a deponent?

    Deponent is defined as a person who testifies under oath in a deposition or in writing by signing an affidavit. An example of a deponent is a person who is asked questions by lawyers during a deposition for a court case.

    How much does a Commissioner of Oaths charge in Alberta?

    As with many services at Kahane Law Office, we offer these services at a reasonable flat rate. Our regular rate is $50 for the first document, and then subsequent documents cost $25.

    Can a lawyer make affidavit?

    What is the need of an Affidavit? Affidavits have usage for many purposes. They are most often filed with the court to show that specific information is true. In some cases, an attorney can use your affidavit so that you do not have to appear in court or at another official legal proceeding.

    How much does a notary cost in Alberta?

    Notary services billing is on a flat rate of $50 for the first document. Subsequent documents, at the same appointment, cost $25. If you have a large number of documents that require notary services at the same time, call for pricing as we offer a reduced rate to make these situations more affordable.

    What is the difference between a Commissioner of Oaths and a notary public in Alberta?

    The main difference between a notary public and a commissioner for oaths is where a document is to be used as well as what a person needs. For a simple taking of an oath, both positions allowed if for use and made in Alberta. Once outside the province, a notary is required.