|Commissioner of Oaths|
Members of the public may require commissioning of documents whereby one is required to take an oath or an affirmation or make a declaration in front of a commissioner. A commissioner is available Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
|What Documents the City Commissions|
|Delayed birth registrations, name change applications, planning applications, insurance claims, common law status affidavits, vehicle ownership transfers, pension purpose attestations, travel documents, affidavits waiving vaccinations, OSAP applications.|
|What Documents the City does not Commission|
Wills, powers of attorney, divorce applications, separation agreements, cohabitation agreements, custody documents, court documents relating to a court proceeding.
Commissioner of Oaths have the right to refuse commissioning services on any document.
|The fee for commissioning documents is $40.00 plus HST (2017 rate).|
|What does the applicant need to provide|
|The applicant needs to provide government issued photo identification. After taking an oath, the applicant will sign the document in front of the commissioner.|