Notary Public, Notary Mississauga, Commissioner of Oaths

Ms. Balvinder Kumar

Walk In Notary Public

Walk In Notary Public

NOTARY PUBLIC SERVICES IN MISSISSAUGA

No Appointment needed (Monday to Friday- 9.00am to 5.00pm)
Call us for Saturday, we will accommodate.
Do not hesitate to call for inquiries
We will match any written quotes. We provide Notary Public Services at an affordable and reasonable fee.
Call us and we will serve you promptly and efficiently.
DO NOT SIGN your document until you see Notary Public. The document is to be signed in the presence of Notary Public. Notary Public shall not notarize or commission declarations unless the person signing the document appears in front of Notary Public.
Notary Public will only certify ORIGINAL documents, not photocopies.

NOTARIZATION, COMMISSIONING AND CERTIFICATIONS BY NOTARY PUBLIC:

  • Application forms
  • Automobile proof of loss
  • Affidavit of Divorce
  • Affidavit of execution of a Will
  • Affidavit for lost cheque
  • Affidavit of service
  • Business visa requests
  • Change a child’s name
  • Certifying documents as true copy if original is there
  • Commissioning of oaths and solemn declarations, forms and affidavits
  • Common-law union declaration form
  • Consent letters to travel
  • Certificate of Origin for Exporter for export shipment
  • Drafting and Notarization of Single status affidavit
  • Degrees, diplomas, transcripts- if original is there
  • Exporting vehicles overseas
  • Invitation letters
  • Invoices and other shipping documents
  • Ontario Land Transfer Tax Refund Affidavit
  • Notarization of criminal record check
  • Notarization of mortgage documents
  • Notarization of real estate documents
  • Packing slips
  • Passport Application for adults
  • Passport Application for child
  • Permanent Resident card applications
  • Power of Attorney
  • Proof of loss
  • Statutory declaration for Name change application
  • Statutory declaration for lost/stolen passport
  • Statutory declaration of legal marriage
  • Statutory Declaration of Progress Payment Distribution by Contractor
  • Statutory Declaration of Progress Payment Distribution by Sub Contractor
  • Statutory Declaration to accompany application for certificate of authorization for professional corporation
  • Sworn statement of a Transfer of a used motor vehicle in the province of Ontario
  • Witnessing signatures

AFFIDAVIT

A written statement or declaration of facts that are sworn or affirmed to be true
AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE
An affidavit certifying that a document has been served on a party.

AUTHENTICATION AND LEGALIZATION

Certificates of Authentication
ODS formally authenticates legalized documents requested by foreign consulates and embassies. ODS authenticates notarized or commissioned:

  • birth, adoption, marriage or divorce certificates;
  • property ownership documents;
  • school, college, or university admission papers and transcripts;
  • business, commercial import-export documents and contracts dealing with incorporation, partnerships, product standards and distribution, fiscal matters, approval certificates for customs, etc.;
  • certain Ontario government official documents

Link: http://www.mgs.gov.on.ca/en/OffDoc/STEL02_046905.html
Legalization is the process of authenticating or certifying a legal document so a foreign country’s legal system will recognize it as valid and with full legal effect. Broadly speaking, it is the process of legally recognising as to how a document be officially relied with  verifying the authenticity of a document that was issued abroad.
Link: Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada
http://www.international.gc.ca/department-ministere/authentication-authentification_documents.aspx

CERTIFICATION OF DOCUMENT OR CERTIFIED TRUE COPY

certification of Document or certified True copy means that a copy (often a photocopy) of an original or principal document, that has endorsement on the copied document that it is a true copy of the primary document. It does not certify that the primary document is genuine, only, that it is a true copy of the primary document. The onus of the genuineness of the primary document lies on the individual or the originating authority.

COMMISSIONER OF OATHS AND NOTARY PUBLIC

commissioner for taking affidavits may take affidavits and administer other legal oaths, affirmations or declarations within or outside Ontario, or subject to any territorial limit the Attorney General may specify, as permitted by the Commissioners for taking Affidavits Act.
Notary Public: has all the powers of a commissioner for taking affidavits, and can also verify signatures, marks and copies of documents are true. Notaries public are governed by the Notaries Act.
Commissioner of Oath in Mississauga
A commissioner of Oaths is authorized to take Oath or Solemn affirmation when the Declarant makes a declaration and sign on an affidavit or statutory declaration. Please note that the Commissioner of Oath does not certify that the statement being made by the declarant is true, but only certifies that an oath or solemn affirmation has been administered in the presence of the Commissioner of Oath.
A Commissioner of Oath must administer the oath or declaration when:

  • The declarant physically present before the commissioner of oaths
  • The Commissioner of Oaths be satisfied of the identity and signature of the declarant
  • The declarant signing of the document in the presence of Commissioner of Oath
  • The Declarant produces two pieces of Government issued photo IDs

DOCUMENT NOTARIZATION

A Notary Public’s main functions are to administer oaths and affirmations, take affidavits and statutory declarationswitness and authenticate the execution of certain classes of documents, take acknowledgments of deeds and other conveyances, etc. Any such act is known as a notarization. The duties may differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.

INVITATION LETTER

Link: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/letter.asp
Invitation letter is issued by someone when he or she is inviting someone to Canada on a visitor visa. By way of this letter the writer is owning some responsibility for the invitee and the letter is issued in good faith. The invitation letter is submitted by the invittee to the Canadian Embassy or Consulate outside of Canada when they apply for their Temporary Resident Visa.
The letter invariably must include the following information about the person being invited:

  • Complete name.
  • Date of birth.
  • The person’s address and telephone number.
  • Relationship to the person invited.
  • The purpose of the trip.
  • How long the person invited intends to stay in Canada.
  • Details on accommodation and living expenses.
  • The date the person intends to leave Canada.

Parent and Grandparent Super Visa
For the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa : A written and signed promise of your financial support for your parents or grandparents for the entire duration of their stay in Canada. Proof of income at a level meeting or exceeding the low-income cut-off (LICO) for the total number of people, including the visiting parents or grandparents, must be included.
This information is only a guide. You must write the letter of invitation yourself. Some visa offices may require that your letter be notarized by a Notary Public.

MARRIAGE ABROAD DOCUMENTATION

Obtain a Marriage License and Certificate
To apply for a marriage license and certificate you will need:

  • The date you are planning to marry
  • Proof of your present marital status
  • Proof of identification (provincial or territorial driver’s license or birth certificate)
  • Additional information may be required

Link: http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/eng/lifeevents/marriage.shtml

POWER OF ATTORNEY

A Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives someone else the right to act on your behalf. Many people believe their families will be able to step in if something happens and they cannot make decisions for themselves. This isn’t always true.
You can name someone to make financial decisions for you with a continuing power of attorney for property. For personal care and health decisions what medical care you will receive if you get sick or injured, you can name someone in a power of attorney for personal care. No one can make you sign a power of attorney if you don’t want to. But, if you don’t choose one, the government may have to appoint someone to make certain decisions for you. It’s better if you choose someone you feel you can really trust, who knows your wishes.

Clients Speak
Gagandeep SinghGagandeep Singh
I have dealt with Balvinder Kumar, Barrister, Solicitor, & Notary Public for my Real Estate Law and Incorporation matters and I find her knowledge and efficient service in these matters extraordinary. I will not hesitate recommending her for a real estate lawyer and any other legal service she is providing. Thanks and appreciate your help in my legal matters.
JimJim
We enjoyed meeting with you today and finalizing this very important aspect of our family clarity of our wishes in case of serious health issues such as loss of capacity to manage family affairs and death. My procrastination in keeping these documents made it difficult for my family to access funds necessary to keep our affairs in order. Thanks for your help in making these issues easy to understand and removing the stress caused by the lack of clarity.
SelvinSelvin
Balvinder is an exceptional Real Estate Lawyer. I have been recommending my clients to BK Law for a few years now and my clients have been extremely satisfied. Balvinder has always responded to all questions that my clients or I have in a timely manner and has promptly responded to phone calls, emails and text. It has always been pleasure working with Balvinder

COVID-19 PLEASE READ CAREFULLY

Due to COVID-19, we are helping our customers STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. 

NO WALK-IN services, please.

IF YOU HAVE ANY FLU-LIKE SYMPTOMS OR HAVE BEEN TRAVELLED WITHIN THE LAST 14 DAYS, PLEASE DO NOT VISIT OUR OFFICE. WE RESERVE THE RIGHTS TO DENY SERVICES TO ANYONE WHO SHOWS THESE SYMPTOMS

We are following the Public Health Guidelines on Social Distancing. Please note for Notary Public Services INCLUDING Commissioner of Oath, following procedure will be followed and we expect everyone to abide by these steps.

  1. Hours of operation from Monday to Friday 10.00 AM to 3.00 PM

2. No Walk in Service is available. 

3. Please call for appointment @ 905 290 7205 or send an email to INFO@BKLAW.CA with your contact number. We will try to reach you ASAP

4. Please explain in detail to us on phone your purpose to visit our office.

5. We will guide you the procedure to be followed, what are Government issued valid Identifications, fee etc.

6. For your appointment No more then ONE PERSON at a time. If you are spouses together or more than one person is required to attend our office, please visit one by one. We will ensure that at least a distance of 2 meters or 6 feet between two persons is STRICLY complied with.

7. When you arrive for your appointment, before heading to our office please call us @ 905 290 7205 while remaining seated in your car. The building is locked, and you cannot get into the Building until we provide you access. Please do not try to get into the building by yourself without our authorization. This is for your safety.

8. Please wash your hands with soap before and after your appointment at our offices. 

9. It has now become our office policy to frequently sanitizing and disinfecting all surfaces that are used the most at our offices including desks, chairs, debit machines/ POS system, doorknobs after servicing each client. 

10. We expect your cooperation with patience. As the cases of COVID-19, increases  in Canada and around the world, we are closely monitoring the situation and  continue to implement precautionary measures and best practices  recommended by municipal, provincial and federal authorities to ensure the safety and health of our people, families, clients and our community.