We offer drop in and by-appointment notarizing for:
- Passport Office Declarations
- Consents to Travel with Minors
- Pension Declarations
- Letter of Invitation
- Statutory Declarations/Oaths
- Certified True Copies of documents
Everything below taken from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notary_public#British_Columbia
In British Columbia, a notary public is more like a British or Australian notary. Notaries are appointed for life by the Supreme Court of British Columbia and as a self-regulating profession, the Society of Notaries Public of British Columbia is the regulatory body overseeing and setting standards to maintain public confidence. A BC Notary is also a Commissioner for Taking Affidavits for British Columbia, by reason of office. Furthermore, BC notaries exercise far greater power, able to dispense legal advice and draft public instruments including:
notarizations/attestations of signatures, affidavits, statutory declarations, certified true copies, letters of invitation for foreign travel, authorization of minor child travel, execution/authentications of international documents, passport application documentation, proof of identity for travel purposes.
Real estate law
home purchase/sale; business purchase/sale; mortgages and refinancing; residential, commercial, & manufactures home transfer of title; restrictive covenants & builder’s liens.
Wills & estate planning
preparation and searches of last wills and testaments, advanced directives, representation agreements & power of attorney.
preparation of contracts and agreements, commercial lease and assignments
easements and right of way
insurance loss declarations
marine bills of sale & mortgages
personal property security agreements
purchaser’s side for foreclosures
subdivisions & statutory building schemes