What can a Notary Public do for you

By: Wright Patricia & Associates  09-12-2011
Keywords: Notary Public

A Notary Public is a specialist, practicing within clearly delineated areas of law. A Notary's strength is in preparing accurate, reliable legal documents. Some of the ways a Notary can serve you are:

  • Mortgage Documents and Refinancing
  • Manufactured Home Transfers

  • Security Agreements
  • Simple Will Preparation
  • Attestation of Signatures
  • Administration of Oaths
  • Affidavits
  • Statutory Declarations
  • Authentication of True Copies of Documents
  • Drafting Business Contracts
  • Builders Liens
  • Powers of Attorney

Notaries are proud members of a select group of legal professionals commissioned for life by the Supreme Court of British Columbia. They are trained in non-contentious legal matters, specializing in preparing documents that define and protect your interests in property. Notaries do not argue cases before a judge. Their role is to act as a facilitator, committed to properly preparing and registering your legal documents.

Buying a house or making a Will are major legal transitions in your life. You need someone you can trust who will advise you, personally. Your Notary Public will ensure that:

  • all documents are correctly prepared and properly registered
  • you understand all documents before you sign
  • your legal interests are protected
  • you receive fair, honest service and value for your legal dollar

Your Notary Public - A Good Person to Know!

Keywords: Notary Public

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