Notarial and Authentication (Apostille)

An Apostille is a certificate issued by a designated authority in a country where the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement for Legalization of Foreign Public Documents, Apostille Convention, is in force. Apostilles authenticate the seals and signatures of officials on public documents such as birth certificates, notarials, court orders, or any other document issued by a…

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How can I have my official documents legalized in Alberta? Authentication and Legalization

Requests to have documents authenticated in Alberta may be forwarded to the Official Documents and Appointments branch of Alberta Justice, room 111, Bowker Building, 9833 – 109 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 2E8. Requests are also handled in person on a first-come, first-served basis. For authentication the following will be required: the document — signed, sealed and…

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What forms does a contractor require?

statutory declaration of progress payment distribution by contractor contractors-final-release-and-waiver-of-lien On a typical construction project, a general contractor is hired by the owner to build the project. Subcontractors are then hired to complete various portions of the work. These subcontractors may in turn engage sub-subcontractors and suppliers. This type of arrangement is often referred to as the construction pyramid.…

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Notarize statutory declaration of common law union

What is a Statutory Declaration? A Statutory Declaration is when a person solemnly declares that the contents of an official document (some government application forms) are true and correct.  A solemn declaration has the same legal effect as an oath. The person making the solemn declaration is called a deponent.  The act of administering a solemn declaration is…

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