I know here in the States most banks have a notary on site and if you are an account holder at the bank they will do it for free. My resort said they just needed copies and nothing needed to be notarized.... I think that i should double check with them.
how much did you pay for..
Posted 30 August 2010 - 05:58 AM
this is good to know. thanks for all the info on here ladies. i will have to call the lawyer i used to purchase my house to see if he can help me out. thankfully i don't need to worry about doing it until the new year.
Posted 31 August 2010 - 02:43 PM
Im in Ontario as well and a friend of mine suggested to ask my bank, because she has heard of them doing it here before, so it might be an option. Im definately going to look into it. s
Originally Posted by Cindy*
There are notary services, I think Red Seal is one here in Ontario, no idea how much they charge. If you know anyone at a law firm, most lawyers are also notaries so if you know one, they likely will do it for you for free.
That is different. Here to get something notarized, it must be done by a notary public and you definitely couldn't get that done at the bank unless they had a notary there but they would definitely charge you for it.
Posted 03 September 2010 - 09:01 AM
The courthouse in Edmonton, and Im sure other places, have court workers that notarize documents for free. You just need to go to the help desk and ask where they're at.
Posted 07 September 2010 - 02:49 PM
I popped into the TD Canada Trust that is the main branch in downtown Toronto and they said they no longer offer notary services. They can sign off on authentic documents, but unfortunately, that is not what we need.
Posted 11 October 2010 - 04:36 PM
My resort hasn't asked for any of our docs to be notarized...we had to scan in copies and send them electronically, then we bring the originals with us. The website for the Jamaican consulate also did not indicate that the birth certificates, ect, had to be notarized...is this something for the bigger resorts??? Mayhap I will ask my WC...
Posted 19 October 2010 - 06:44 PM
It might depend on the resort...we are getting married at Riu Ocho Rios and we had to send in notarized copy of long birthcertificate, passsport, name change (if applicable) divorce certifacte(if applicable) which we did, we couriered them over, which was a little pricey, but they got there in 8 days, and glad it didnt go through unneccessary hands. We paid nothing for notary. I just searched notary public online in my area and i dialed random number, he agreed to do it, no charge for anything. So it all worked out. Resort then emailed me to let me know documents arrived safely and they have them. I stressed about it for a while as well, but once it was does, easy breezy
Posted 02 December 2010 - 03:22 PM
So I did ask my WC, we are taking our originals with us, all we had to do is scan in our birth certificates (long forms), passports, and the divorce certificate...and sent that info via email. Mine doesn't even have a father listed, and apparently that is OK...
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