Commissioner for Oaths
Commissioners for Oaths receive their authority from Alberta Justice. They can commission affidavits and statutory declarations in and for Alberta only.
Commissioner for Oaths service is available at City Hall by appointment only. Appointments must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance.
Please confirm that a Commissioner for Oaths is acceptable prior to scheduling
At your appointment
- Have your paperwork completed
- Be prepared to sign the document in front of the Commissioner at the time the oath is given
- Bring picture identification
- Bring any exhibits for your paperwork, if required
- If your paperwork requires a witness to your signature, your witness must come to City Hall to complete the affidavit of execution. If the affidavit of execution stipulates that the witness must personally know you, the witness must be someone who is acquainted with you
- A Commissioner for Oaths is not the same as a witness
A Commissioner for Oaths can not
- Complete passport documentation
- Certify documents as true
- Provide legal advice or directions on how to fill out paperwork
- Act as a Notary Public or commission documents leaving Alberta, such as pension verification documents or documents for the Government of Canada
- Commission forms dealing with waiving rights under the Dower Act or insurance documents requiring the waiving of rights
- Commission forms that do not contain an oath
Please note that the City of Airdrie does not commission consent letters for minors travelling abroad.
- Personal documents for Airdrie residents: Free
- Business documents for Airdrie residents: $10.50
- Personal or business documents for non-residents: $10.50
If at any time the City's Commissioners for Oaths are unsure of the documentation provided or are uncomfortable with administering the oath, the City reserves the right to refuse this service.
400 Main Street SE
Airdrie, AB T4B 3C3