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Who Are We

Manvir Kaur Sekhon was commissioned by the Supreme Court of British Columbia as a Notary Public in 2018. Manvir holds a Master  of Arts Degree in Applied Legal studies from Simon Fraser University and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Human Resources.

Gurjiwan(Gina) Kaur Sekhon was commissioned by the Supreme Court of British Columbia as a Notary Public in 2020. Gurjiwan holds a Master of Arts Degree in Applied Legal studies from Simon Fraser University and Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences.

Our Services

Real Estate Transactions

Real Estate Transactions

Purchasing a property is one of the most important decisions we make.

Commercial Lease Agreement

Contract

Normally referred to as a commercial lease, is an agreement.

Will and Estate Planning

Estate planning

Will is a legal document used to outline a person’s final wishes.

Healthcare Representative Agreement

Personal Health Planning

A representative agreement is a legal document that allows you to..

Notarization and Authentication

Notarization and authentication

Notarization is an official fraud-deterrent process that assures..

Affidavit/Statutory Declarations

Affidavit/Statutory declarations

An affidavit is a written statement of fact, which is made voluntarily..

Frequently Asked Questions

The Society of Notaries Public in British Columbia was established in 1926. To become a Notary Public in British Columbia, you are required to obtain a Master degree in Applied Legal Studies, pass rigorous background checks, examinations, and be accepted by The Societies of Notaries Public of British Columbia as a member.

Notary Public’s in British Columbia are commissioned by the Supreme Court of British Columbia under the Notaries Act. Unlike the Notaries in other provinces; the profession of British Columbia Notaries roots from the Scrivener tradition of England, where Notaries are held in a high legal standing.

No, Notaries will not notarize a will that has not been prepared by them. When preparing a will for an individual, we go through a process of checking the individuals’ mental capacity, and confirming the decision made in regards to the distribution of their assets is their own and is not influenced by a third party.

Acceptable primary Photo Identification
  • Canadian or U.S. driver’s licence
  • Passport
  • British Columbia Photo Identification Card
  • Canadian Citizen Identification
  • Canada identity card
  • Permanent Residency card
Acceptable secondary identification
  • Canadian Forces identification
  • Police identification
  • Foreign Affairs Canada or consular identification
  • Credit Card (only if applicant’s name is on card)
  • Picture Government Employee ID Card
  • Firearms Acquisition Certificate
  • Social Insurance Card
  • BC Care Card
  • Native Status Card
  • Parole Certificate ID
  • Correctional Service Conditional Release Card

No, when doing a real estate transaction whether it be a purchase, sale or a refinance, a notary public provides the exact same service a lawyer would. Transactions done by a Notary Public, or a lawyer are equally legal, no matter who does the registration in the Land Title office.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Society of Notaries Public in British Columbia was established in 1926. To become a Notary Public in British Columbia, you are required to obtain a Master degree in Applied Legal Studies, pass rigorous background checks, examinations, and be accepted by The Societies of Notaries Public of British Columbia as a member.

Notary Public’s in British Columbia are commissioned by the Supreme Court of British Columbia under the Notaries Act. Unlike the Notaries in other provinces; the profession of British Columbia Notaries roots from the Scrivener tradition of England, where Notaries are held in a high legal standing.

No, Notaries will not notarize a will that has not been prepared by them. When preparing a will for an individual, we go through a process of checking the individuals’ mental capacity, and confirming the decision made in regards to the distribution of their assets is their own and is not influenced by a third party.

Acceptable primary Photo Identification
  • Canadian or U.S. driver’s licence
  • Passport
  • British Columbia Photo Identification Card
  • Canadian Citizen Identification
  • Canada identity card
  • Permanent Residency card
Acceptable secondary identification
  • Canadian Forces identification
  • Police identification
  • Foreign Affairs Canada or consular identification
  • Credit Card (only if applicant’s name is on card)
  • Picture Government Employee ID Card
  • Firearms Acquisition Certificate
  • Social Insurance Card
  • BC Care Card
  • Native Status Card
  • Parole Certificate ID
  • Correctional Service Conditional Release Card

No, when doing a real estate transaction whether it be a purchase, sale or a refinance, a notary public provides the exact same service a lawyer would. Transactions done by a Notary Public, or a lawyer are equally legal, no matter who does the registration in the Land Title office.

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    TESTIMONIALS

    Tony M.

    Gina and Manvir were recommended to me by my friend who spoke very highly of the team at Sekhon Notary Public. I am very impressed by the way all my transactions were handled. They were efficient, knowledgeable and professional. I would definitely recommend them for any legal transactions that require Notarial services.

     

    Tony M., Surrey, BC

    Sarah J.

    I needed to complete the refinancing of my property as soon as possible, any
    lawyer or Notary office I called said they wouldn’t be able to do a quick
    turnaround. I was referred to Sekhon Notary Public by my friend, and I am blown
    away! They had my deal turned around in 3 days! Signed and funded! I will never
    think of using another Notary Public!

     

    Sarah J., Delta, BC

    Paramjeet

    Very much satisfied with the professional and responsible service of Sekhon
    Notary Public. Great attention paid by the team and finished all paperwork within
    projected time.

    Thanks to the Sekhon Notary team.

    Paramjeet, Langley, BC

    Gurvinder Singh

    Manvir was a pleasure to work with! We had a few documents we needed
    notarized and have our Indian Power of Attorney completed. Very professional,
    Courteous and flexible. She guided us through the complete process. We have used
    other notaries in Surrey before, and by far Sekhon Notary was able to provide us
    with the best customer service. If you're in Surrey and need a Notary then I would
    highly recommend Sekhon Notary Public.

    Gurvinder Singh, Surrey, BC

    James. D

    I have used Sekhon Notary Public a few times now, and I just want to say I
    admire their professionalism, and how organized the team is. Both Notaries Manvir
    and Gina were professional, informative and such a pleasure to deal with. They are
    knowledge and take their time to make sure I was satisfied and all my questions in
    regards to my sale and purchase were answered.

    I just want to say Best Notary Services in Surrey, BC

    James. D, Surrey, BC