Deliscar receives notary public designation with France, U.S. Consulates

Posted on: August 16th, 2016 by Suzanne Deliscar 2 Comments

Brampton lawyer-linguist Suzanne Deliscar is now registered as a lawyer and notary public with the Consulate General of France and the United States Consulate General in Toronto.

“This will help clients who need to file legal documents with those countries,” she says.

Deliscar, who provides legal services in English, French and Spanish, holds a similar designation with the Consulate General of the Republic of Argentina.

It essentially means that when she notarizes documents for use in those three countries, her notarial seal is automatically accepted by the Consulate and doesn’t require authentication by a Canadian government authority first. This makes things much more efficient for clients, saving them time and money, Deliscar says.

Authentication involves the Ontario government certifying that the notary public’s seal and signature appearing on the notarized document is that of a licensed and appointed notary public in and for the province of Ontario. If the document is to be used in a foreign country, it may be necessary for Ontario’s Ministry of Government Services or the federal government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to verify the notary’s seal and signature, she explains.

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2 Responses

  1. Congratulutions, Suzanne, for being named public notary in four countries and three languages. I am sure you are called to grow and succeed again in your work. I wish you full accomplishment not only in your work, but in your life.



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