India - Notary Services


Notary Services for India

Notarization for documents to be used in India can be done at the consulate in Toronto:

Suite 700, 365 Bloor Street East,
Toronto, Ontario M4W 3L4
Tel: 416-960-0751
Fax: 416-960-9812

Attestation of Documents at the Indian Consulate:

  • The Consulate General of India has no Agents for rendering these services and applicants should approach the Consulate directly, either in person or through mail.
  • This service is available at the Consulate General of India, 365 Bloor Street East, 7th floor, Toronto ON M4W 3L4.
  • There is no need to take an appointment. Applicants could visit the Consulate on any working day between 0930-1230 hours (not on Saturdays/Sundays and closed holidays). The service will be on first come first serve basis.
  • The attested documents are delivered the same day between 1500-1600 hours or as informed at the time of submission.
  • The Consulate reserves the right to reject attestation of documents the contents of which are objectionable or contrary to the Rules.
  • Please note that no document will be accepted through agent or their courier servicve and consulate will not be responsible if it is misplaced. Legal action will be taken, if any person is found accepting documents on behalf of Consulate General of India.

If your Indian document permits notarization by a Notary Public, then we can help!

The range of documents which we typically see from clients with India documents to be notarized at Brampton Notary Services are:

  • Court Documents
  • Pension Life Certificates
  • Affidavits  
  • Powers of Attorney including Durable Powers of Attorney
  • Letters of authorisation
  • Letters of consent
  • Documents in relation to property transfers and mortgages
  • ... and your documents!

Forms of Notary Public Acknowledgments

Clients and lawyers in India often ask us what are the forms of ‘Ontario Notary Acknowledgments’, ‘Notary Statements for Ontario’ and ‘Notary Acknowledgement Forms Ontario’.   The simple answer to this is that they are largely the same as in India (which is a common law tradition country), except that ‘state’ should be changed to ‘Canada’ and ‘county’ should be changed to ‘Town/City’.   Jurats are also fine to remain in the format used for notaries in India.

We have helped hundreds of Indian and non-Indian citizens with their India Notary requirements.