Commissioner for Oaths
The Commissioner of Oaths service is available for County of Wetaskiwin residents, for agricultural or development purposes, at the County Administration Office Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 - 4:30 p.m. Please read the following information regarding this service.
Preparation for Commissioner for Oaths:
- All documents must be signed in the presence of the Commissioner for Oaths
- Photo identification and proof of County of Wetaskiwin residency is required.
- Ensure the paperwork is completed including all exhibits if any.
- If your paperwork requires a witness to your signature and the affidavit of execution requires the witness to say that they "personally know you," you must have a witness (who knows you personally) attend County Administration Office to complete the affidavit.
- This service is usually available at any time on a walk-in basis, but please phone ahead if you wish to ensure that a Commissioner is available.
Please note the Commissioner for Oaths cannot/is not:
- A Notary Public.
- Recognized outside of Alberta.
- Provide legal advice.
- Commission documents required under the Dower Act and some insurance documents that waive of rights.
- Authorize Passport documents.
This is a service provided for the convenience of County of Wetaskiwin residents. If at any time the County’s Commissioners for Oaths are unsure of the documentation provided or are uncomfortable with administering the oath, the County reserves the right to refuse this service.