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We do have a commissioner for oaths that may sign documents that are staying in the Province of Alberta. The commissioner for oaths is available during regular business hours. Please provide valid photo identification for any individual that will be signing the document with the commissioner for oaths. If a witness is required to sign the statutory declaration or affidavit, the witness must be personally known to the applicant/deponent. The fee for commissioning is $15.75/document. Please contact our office for pricing if you are having multiple documents commissioned.
Unfortunately, we are not able to notarize or certify a document.
We do have a commissioner for oaths that may sign documents that are staying in the Province of Alberta. If you need a notary public, the closest notary I am aware of that is on the west side of Edmonton is at The Law Clinic, 160 - 17010 90 Ave. If a commissioner for oaths is sufficient for your documents, the commissioner for oaths is available during regular business hours. Please provide valid photo identification for any individual that will be signing the document with the commissioner for oaths. If a witness is required to sign the statutory declaration or affidavit, the witness must be personally known to the applicant/deponent. The fee for commissioning is $15.75/document. Please contact our office for pricing if you are having multiple documents commissioned
You have 2 options to obtain an Alberta Driver’s Abstract, listed below. **Please note: The driver’s abstract does not show the individual’s driving experience or the date first licensed. If you are exchanging a driver’s licence from Alberta to another Province, you may need to request a confirmation letter. Please contact me if you require more details. Driver’s Abstract Consent (providing consent to an individual in Alberta to request your abstract at a registry office): Complete the attached “consent” form, with your original signature. Then email to our office at counter@registryagent.ca or to the person who you have provided consent, if they are able to print at home. When your designated person visits our office, please ensure they have a valid AB licence or ID card. They will complete a statement of intent form in office, which accepts responsibility for your abstract. Your designated agent will pay the abstract fee of $28 and the original abstract will be released to your designated agent to provide to you. Notarized Abstract Request (requesting an abstract by mail): Complete the attached “notarized” request, with your original signature. Please indicate you are requesting an abstract (3, 5 or 10 years and either SDA – regular driver’s abstract or CDA – commercial driver’s abstract). Please make a clear photocopy of your photo identification. Please note, you do not need to get the notarized form or the photocopy of your photo ID signed by a notary public due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Please send us a self-addressed express post envelope, which can be purchased from Canada Post located at most Shopper’s Drug Mart locations. The fee is $36.00 for the abstract. Please mail to our office: 1) Application 2) Photocopy of your photo ID as indicated on the application 3) Self-Addressed Express Post envelope 4) Money order or certified cheque, payable to West-End Registries – or a note indicating you would like the payment link sent for Visa or M/C payment.