Oath Commissioner

Alberta Commissioner for Oaths

Alberta Commissioner for Oaths

Find a Commissioner for Oaths in Edmonton

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, Affidavits, Land Titles Transfers, Vital Statistics Documents, Divorce Documents, etc. Registrations Are Us has a Commissioner for Oaths available 7 days a week.

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What our Commissioners are authorized to do

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

When you need a Commissioner for Oaths

In Alberta, you need a Commissioner for Oaths if the documents are being used with Alberta. If the documents are being used outside Alberta or need to be “certified as a true copy”, you need a Notary Public.

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Questions? We have answers!

When you need a Commissioner for Oaths in Alberta, you can rely on Registrations Are Us. If you’re unsure wether you need a Commissioner for Oaths, give us a call and we can answer your questions.

Need more information? Contact us at : 780-448-2233

A Commissioner for Oaths in Alberta is an individual authorized by the provincial government to administer oaths and affirmations for various legal documents and purposes. They can also take and receive affidavits, affirmations, declarations, and acknowledgments, among other functions.

To have a document commissioned by a Commissioner for Oaths in Alberta, you typically need to appear in person with the document and a government-issued photo ID. The Commissioner will verify your identity, administer the required oath or affirmation, and then sign and stamp the document as necessary.

No, not just anyone can become a Commissioner for Oaths in Alberta. The provincial government appoints eligible individuals to this role. Lawyers, judges, justices of the peace, and other authorized professionals are commonly appointed as Commissioners for Oaths. It’s important to ensure that the person offering their services as a Commissioner for Oaths is authorized by law.

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