Types of Oaths
Where an oath is being witnessed by a notary public or a commissioner of oaths, the deponent is required to confirm the following: "Do you swear that the contents of this affidavit as subscribed by you are true, so help you God?".
If this type of oath is not preferred, deponents may instead affirm by responding 'yes' to: "Do you solemnly affirm and declare that the contents of this affidavit as subscribed by you are true?" Where a solemn declaration is required instead, the deponent must declare in the positive to: "Do you make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made under oath?".
In every case, the deponent must be physically present before the notary public or commissioner of oaths.
Additional Service Offerings:
- Acting as Commissioner for Taking Affidavits
- Administering Oaths and Affirmations
- Administering Solemn Declarations
- Affidavit for a Lost Cheque (Oath Administered)
- Affidavit of Execution (Oath Administered)
- Affidavit of Identity (Oath Administered)
- Affidavit of Service (Oath Administered)
- Affirmations Administered
- Commission of Forms & Declarations
- Commission of Licensing Applications
- Commission of Single Status Statutory Declaration
- Commission of Statutory Declarations
- Commissioner of Oaths Services
- Common Law Union Statutory Declaration Notarized