Aikman Notary Services is an Ontario Online Notary Public service. I am pleased to offer ONLINE NOTARY PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS for most documents, including:
Sworn Statement for a Family Gift of a Used Vehicle;
Affidavits & Statutory Declarations;
Invitation / Sponsorship letters;
Travel Consent Letters;
CLICK HERE for Frequently Asked Questions and to learn more about meeting with an Ontario Notary Public online!
Aikman Notary Services is owned and operated by Jeffrey T A Aikman (feel free to call him Jeff). In addition to being a Licensed Paralegal, Jeff has been a Commissioner for Taking Affidavits since 2015 and was appointed a Notary Public in and for the Province of Ontario in August 2020. Jeff‘s notarial authority is registered with both Official Document Services (Ontario Government) and Global Affairs Canada (Government of Canada).
Throughout Jeff’s career, he has notarized and/or commissioned more than 2,000 unique documents through a combination of online and in-person appointments!
Please click here to view Jeff’s Notarial Certificate of Appointment.
My goal is to make the online commissioning process as easy as possible.. The process is qute simple and I will be here to guide you and answer any questions you might have. Below are some steps that will provide a good idea of what to expect throughout the online commissioning process.
Step 1: Book your appointment (see below to book online), you will receive a confirmation email once booked;
Step 2: Email the document(s) you need commissioned along with your photo ID to email@example.com (you can also reply to your confirmation email);
Step 3: At your scheduled appointment time, simply click the link contained within your confirmation email and you will be directed to a Zoom video conference;
Step 4: During our appointment, I will :
Commissioning a document is where someone who has been designated as a Commissioner for taking Affidavits verifies your identity and administers an oath, affirmation or declaration, usually before you sign a document. Since every Notary Public is also a Commissioner for Taking Affidavits, I always include my Notarial seal (digital or embossed) when commissioning a document as proof of my authority to commission documents and administer oaths, affirmations and declarations. Including a Notary seal also helps to ensure acceptance of international documents being submitted outside of Canada.
Some of the documents that I most commonly commission, include:
Absolutely! In my booking form, feel free to click the “add guests” button to add additional parties to the meeting. Everyone added, will receive a link to join the Video Conference at our appointment time.
The role of a Commissioner for Taking Affidavits (sometimes called Commissioner of Oaths or just a Commissioner) is to administer legal oaths, affirmations and declarations. In most cases, this is done through two distinct types of document’s, respectively: an Affidavit and a Statutory Declaration. In Ontario, certain officials are automatically a Commissioner for Taking Affidavits by virtue of their profession and do not require an appointment. These officials include Licensed Paralegals, Lawyers as well as certain government & municipal officials.
While every Notary Public in Ontario is also a Commissioner for Taking Affidavits, not every Commissioner for Taking Affidavits is a Notary Public. In Ontario, Notaries are almost exclusively either Paralegals or Lawyers with few exceptions. Some of the additional powers that a Notary Public holds is the ability to witness and attest/certify the execution of a document and certify/attest a true copy of a document.
965 Mccaw Street, Sarnia, Ontario N7V 2X8, Canada
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