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Scarborough Notary Public

Yasmin Nakhuda
2100 Ellesmere Road,
Suite 110
Scarborough, ON
M1H 3B7
Tel: 416-292-4667


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Downtown Toronto Notary Public – Yonge and Bloor

Lawyer & Notary Public
Hudson’s Bay Centre
2 Bloor St. East
Suite 3500
Toronto, ON M4W 1A8
Tel: 416-830-3456
davidmrejen@gmail.com


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Toronto Notary Public- Victoria Park and Eglinton Ave E

Muezzin Qureshi
2-1871 O’Connor Drive
Toronto, ON M4A 1X1
Tel: 416-755-2622


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Woodbridge Vaughan – Notary Public- HWY 400 and Steeles Ave W

7050 Weston Road, Suite 305
Woodbridge, ON
L4L 8G7
Tel: 905-850-5555
Tel: 647-505-8585


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Downtown Toronto Notary Public – First Canadian Place – Financial District

Lawyer & Notary Public
100 King St. West
Suite 5700
Toronto, ON M5X 1C7
Tel: 416-830-3456
davidmrejen@gmail.com


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Notary Public On Call

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Mobile Notary Public

 Anywhere in the GTA

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Midtown Toronto Notary Public – Yonge Eglinton Centre

Lawyer & Notary Public
2300 Yonge St.
Suite 1600
Toronto, ON M4P 1E4
Tel: 416-830-3456
davidmrejen@gmail.com


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Free Sample of Affidavit

Below is a free sample of an affidavit that may be used in Ontario court.

Instructions:

The affidavit below is a sample to be used in Ontario Superior Court of Justice under the (Ontario) Rules of Civil Procedure.  There are several rules related to the contents of an affidavit, you may wish to consult a lawyer to assist you with drafting the affidavit.

Rule 4.06 of the Rules of Civil Procedure states the following  (the affidavit form is below):

AFFIDAVITS

Format

4.06(1)An affidavit used in a proceeding shall,

(a) be in Form 4D;

(b) be expressed in the first person;

(c) state the full name of the deponent and, if the deponent is a party or a lawyer, officer, director, member or employee of a party, shall state that fact;

(d) be divided into paragraphs, numbered consecutively, with each paragraph being confined as far as possible to a particular statement of fact; and

(e) be signed by the deponent and sworn or affirmed before a person authorized to administer oaths or affirmations. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194, r. 4.06 (1); O. Reg. 575/07, s. 1.

Contents

(2)  An affidavit shall be confined to the statement of facts within the personal knowledge of the deponent or to other evidence that the deponent could give if testifying as a witness in court, except where these rules provide otherwise. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194, r. 4.06 (2).

Exhibits

An exhibit that is referred to in an affidavit shall be marked as such by the person taking the affidavit and where the exhibit,

(a) is referred to as being attached to the affidavit, it shall be attached to and filed with the affidavit;

(b) is referred to as being produced and shown to the deponent, it shall not be attached to the affidavit or filed with it, but shall be left with the registrar for the use of the court, and on the disposition of the matter in respect of which the affidavit was filed, the exhibit shall be returned to the lawyer or party who filed the affidavit, unless the court orders otherwise; and

(c) is a document, a copy shall be served with the affidavit, unless it is impractical to do so. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194, r. 4.06 (3); O. Reg. 575/07, s. 1.

By Two or More Deponents

(4)Where an affidavit is made by two or more deponents, there shall be a separate jurat for each deponent, unless all the deponents make the affidavit before the same person at the same time, in which case one jurat containing the words “Sworn (or affirmed) by the above-named deponents” may be used. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194, r. 4.06 (4).

For a Corporation

(5)  Where these rules require an affidavit to be made by a party and the party is a corporation, the affidavit may be made for the corporation by an officer, director or employee of the corporation. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194, r. 4.06 (5).

For a Partnership
(6)  Where these rules require an affidavit to be made by a party and the party is a partnership, the affidavit may be made for the partnership by a member or employee of the partnership. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194, r. 4.06 (6).

By an Illiterate or Blind Person

(7)  Where it appears to a person taking an affidavit that the deponent is illiterate or blind, the person shall certify in the jurat that the affidavit was read in his or her presence to the deponent, that the deponent appeared to understand it, and that the deponent signed the affidavit or placed his or her mark on it in the presence of the person taking the affidavit. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194, r. 4.06 (7).

By a Person who does not Understand the Language

(8)  Where it appears to a person taking an affidavit that the deponent does not understand the language used in the affidavit, the person shall certify in the jurat that the affidavit was interpreted to the deponent in the person’s presence by a named interpreter who took an oath or made an affirmation before him or her to interpret the affidavit correctly. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194, r. 4.06 (8).

Alterations

(9)  Any interlineation, erasure or other alteration in an affidavit shall be initialled by the person taking the affidavit and, unless so initialled, the affidavit shall not be used without leave of the presiding judge or officer. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194, r. 4.06 (9).



(Insert General heading – General headings are separate forms and must be inserted here (Form 4A for actions, and Form 4B for applications).

 

Affidavit of (name)

I, (full name of deponent), of the (City, Town, etc.) of ………………………………………………………….. , in the (County, Regional Municipality, etc.) of       , (where the deponent is a party or the lawyer, officer, director, member or employee of a party, set out the deponent’s capacity), MAKE OATH AND SAY (or AFFIRM):

1.  (Set out the statements of fact in consecutively numbered paragraphs, with each paragraph being confined as far as possible to a particular statement of fact.)

Sworn (or Affirmed) before me at the City of Toronto in the Province of Ontario on ………………………………………  (date).

……………………………………………………………………………..

Notary Public


………………………………………………………………………………

(Signature of deponent)

 

 

U.S. Notarizations by Notary Public in Toronto

Don’t wait several weeks to get your documents notarized by the US Consulate.  We can notarize your US documents on an urgent basis.

If you require your USA documents notarized, then we can help. Gil Zvulony of Zvulony & Company is a notary public that is registered with the United States consulate in Toronto. He is able to notarize documents on an urgent basis that will be used in the United States of America. He has notarized hundreds, perhaps thousands, of US documents that were used in the USA.  These documents include applications for US colleges, applications to professions, such as nursing applications.  He has also handled the signing of home closings documents for properties in the United States.

Zvulony and Company – US Notarization by Notary Public in Toronto