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Timeshare transfert from Canada Owner

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Hi tuggers,

I sold my US timeshare and i use Lt transert for the closing, i receive the deep and they ask me to go to a public notary. Can you tell me where i can go for this signature, do i must present myself in a canadien notary office and or i can go to saw somebody else like a Commissioner for Oaths.


____________________________
XXXX XXXX, Grantor
CANADA )
PROVINCE OF______________________ )
The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me, a Notary Public in and for the said Province, personally appeared XXXX XXXX, who is personally known to me or has produced _______________________ as identification.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal of office at the City of ___________, in the Province of ____________, this _____ day of ______________, 2015.
_________________________________
Notary Public signature
_________________________________
Notary printed name
My commission does not expire
 

djyamyam

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It depends on where your timeshare is located. For example, timeshares located in the state of California and HI require the signature in front of a US notary. Most states do not. LT Timeshares should know and have told you accordingly.

If you can use a non-US notary, then all CDN lawyers are notaries and there are some notary only designations. A commissioner of oaths, while very similar, cannot sign the document in place of a notary (speaking as a commissioner of oaths)
 

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ok,
thanks for reply, i have a couple of friend lawyer but i dont think they have a 'seal' ?
 

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ok,
thanks for reply, i have a couple of friend lawyer but i dont think they have a 'seal' ?

What's the US state where the timeshare is located?
 

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Go to any canadian lawyer and have them notorize your signatures on the new deed you received from Lt Transfer it must be sealed
 

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Hi tuggers,

I sold my US timeshare and i use Lt transert for the closing, i receive the deep and they ask me to go to a public notary. Can you tell me where i can go for this signature, do i must present myself in a canadien notary office and or i can go to saw somebody else like a Commissioner for Oaths.


____________________________
XXXX XXXX, Grantor
CANADA )
PROVINCE OF______________________ )
The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me, a Notary Public in and for the said Province, personally appeared XXXX XXXX, who is personally known to me or has produced _______________________ as identification.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal of office at the City of ___________, in the Province of ____________, this _____ day of ______________, 2015.
_________________________________
Notary Public signature
_________________________________
Notary printed name
My commission does not expire


I'm assuming you live in Canada. If you live in B.C. you can go to a notary or lawyer.

If you live in other provinces, go to a lawyer.

If you live in Quebec, I'm can't give a definitive answer - their system is totally different.

Other than Quebec, all lawyers have a seal.

Don't just go to a commissioner - most of them aren't allowed to sign for anything outside of whatever province you're in.

Hope that helps.

Bev
Ex-B.C. notary public
 
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