A Few Words
About Value Notary Manitoba
Why Is It Important To Notarize A Document?
It is imperative that legal documents are trusted as authentic. People need to trust them. The importance of clarity cannot be figured out later when it comes to things like power of attorney or important documents.
A notary public is a public official trained and certified to verify the identity of the person signing the document. The Notary will also confirm the signatory understands the meaning of what she or he is signing and their willingness to sign the documents.
Institutions rely on notaries to have complete confidence in vital documents. A notary public applies their own information, such as their signature, seal, and notary commission details, after witnessing a signing. When you see a notary public’s seal on a document, it implies the transaction was authenticated and completed correctly.
A commissioner for oaths is different from a Notary. He or she is authorized only to commission documents In MANITOBA.
A Notary Public is not limited to the province. A Notary can swear an oath or certify a document for the world. Thus, if you need to send your document or proof out of Manitoba, you need to see our Notary.
There are no charges for the notary services as we are non profit; all we do ask is a contribution of your choosing to a registered charity.
Some of the Organizations We Contribute to:
Not All Documents Are Required To Be Notarized, But Most Are. Notarization Is Frequently Required By Foreign Embassies, Canadian Banks, Other Financial Organizations, And The Legal System. Notarization Is Usually Required For Letters Being Sent Internationally To Authenticate The Sender's Identity.
An affidavit is a written declaration of facts that has been sworn to (swearing the truth by signing) by a person in front of someone who is permitted to issue oaths, such as a Notary Public.
A statutory statement is somewhat like an affidavit (numbered phrases / paragraphs) except that a statutory statement is normally used outside court and is proclaimed true by an individual rather than swearing their veracity.