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Do Notaries Need to Verify the Truth of Affidavits?

The role of a notary public is mainly administrative rather than investigative. They are not obligated to validate or confirm the accuracy of the information contained in the affidavit. Their duty is limited to verifying the identity of the affiant…

Your Power of Attorney, Digitally Witnessed: Canada’s Online Notary Service

Virtually Witness Your Power of Attorney (POA) Traditionally, notarizing a Power of Attorney (POA) required a formal visit to a notary’s office, entailing appointments and waiting times. At All-Canada Notary, we’re making this process more accessible by offering online witnessing…

All About Joint Divorce in Ontario. Step By Step Guide

Divorce can be challenging and emotionally taxing, but sometimes it is the best option for couples who are no longer compatible. In Ontario, there are various methods to obtain a divorce, including contested and uncontested divorces. Another effective method is…

How to get an Affidavit of Ownership: vehicle or personal property

If you need to prove your ownership of a property, vehicle, or other valuable assets, obtaining an Affidavit of Ownership is a crucial step. All-Canada Notary can help you draft and notarize your affidavit of ownership in-person or remotely. What…