WHAT IS A COMMISSIONER FOR OATHS?
A Commissioner for Oaths is appointed by the Deputy Minister of Justice for the province of Newfoundland and Labrador to administer oaths, take and receive affidavits, declarations and affirmations. Once an oath or affirmation is made before the Commissioner for Oaths, the declarant (you) must sign the affidavit in the presence of the Commissioner for Oaths who will then stamp and sign the affidavit. The affidavit then becomes a legal document for use in court or when required for other legal reason. A Commissioner for Oaths; however, does not offer legal advice or certify the truth or validity of the information being declared as it is the declarant that does so though the oath or affirmation.
It is important to note that declarants must appear before the Commissioner for Oaths (by appointment in our St. John's office, your home or another suitable location) and must present a valid photo identification (driver’s license, current passport, provincial ID, etc.) or any other valid government issued photo identification.
- Accuracy of translation language proficiency of translator affidavit
- Sale/acquisition of motor vehicle
- Application for consent and notice of assignment of lease/licence
- Application for crown land
- Child protection clearance affidavit
- Confidentiality agreement
- Court documents
- First-time home buyers program affidavit
- Land transfer
- Motor Registration Vehicle Transfer
- NL Housing First Time Home Buyers Program (FHP) Affidavit
- NL Housing Home Purchase Program (HPP) Affidavit
- Ownership and occupancy affidavit
- Passport Application
- Proof of Identity
- Separation Agreements
- Single status affidavit
- Support Enforcement Affidavit
- Statutory declaration proof of identity
- Transfer of vehicle registration upon a death application
- Travel consent
- Other dcuments
I Have been a Commissioner for Oaths Since 2006 and an active businessman In Newfoundland and Labrador Since 1995. I have worked with clients and / or have direct experience in Antarctica, Australia, Argentina, Canada, Costa Rica, Chile, Cuba, France, Mexico, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Trinidad And Tobago, United Kingdom, United States of America And Venezuela.
I am actively involved in the community and have served (voluntarily) as both the president of the Newfoundland Environmental Industry Association, director of the Canadian Environmental Industry Association and treasurer and vice president of Biathlon Newfoundland and Labrador.
I am the President of Emergency Management Advisors, Inc., former President of Seacom International, Inc., have served by provincial government appointment as a member of the International Cooperation Committee (ICC); which managed an MOU between the Southampton region of the UK and Newfoundland and Labrador.
As a young man, I served for 14.5 years as a member of the Australian Regular Army, held an appointment as a Justice of the Peace in the state of New South Wales and, in 2011, re-joined the military as a commissioned officer (Captain) with the Canadian Forces Army Reserves.
I speak, read and write fluent English and Spanish.