Fraud is a significant problem in an increasingly complex world. Commissioners and notaries help prevent fraud by verifying the integrity of documents used in commercial and legal transactions.
The Attorney General of Ontario appoints Commissioners and Notary Publics. The Commissioners for taking Affidavits Act regulates Commissioners, and the Notaries Act governs the practice of notarizing in Ontario.
As a licensed Paralegal, Mr. Vijay Shah is authorized by the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services to provide commissioning and notary services. He can notarize documents for individuals and businesses, including powers of attorney, affidavits, consent to travel documents, loan agreements, letters of invitations for visas, criminal record check notarization/certification, amongst many others.
At Denali Paralegal Services, Mr. Shah can legally administer and witness your oaths' swearing or solemn affirmations in taking an affidavit for any legal matter for government and courts. He is empowered to witness any declaration as required under a statute, such as affirming that a document is authentic.
Mr. Shah is also a notary public who has all the powers of a commissioner for taking affidavits in Ontario. Additionally, he can:
· Witness or certify, and attest the execution of a document
· Certify and attest documents to be true copies of the original
· Verify signatures, marks and copies of documents are authentic and genuine.
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