Commissioner for Oaths are authorized to administer Oaths, Affirmations and Solemn Declarations.
Affidavits are documents containing statements that are verified by the oath or affirmation of the person making those statements. An affidavit must be authorized by legislation which permits or requires the proof of certain facts by way of affidavit.
Statutory declarations are documents containing statements that are verified by the solemn declaration of the person making those statements. A statutory declaration is made pursuant to the Canada Evidence Act or the Alberta Evidence Act and is used in situations where there is no legislative authority for an affidavit.
Affidavits and statutory declarations are used for establishing legal rights and must be administered properly or the legal rights sought may be impaired or destroyed.
A Commissioner for Oaths does not administer the Oath to be true, merely the fact it has been administered properly. Mobile e-Fingerprint Service administers oaths for a variety of legal documents.
Some of the more common are:
Canadian Passport - Lost/Stolen/Damaged Passport statutory declarations-form PPCT 203
Statutory Declaration (in lieu of guarantor) form PPCT 132
(Please note: Form PPCT 132 must be obtained in-person at a passport office)
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