Anthony Whalen Commissioner of Oaths

September 13, 2017

If you need a Commissioner of Oaths (like a Notary) for things like travel consent documents, insurance claims, name changes, RRSP withdrawals, mortgages or separation/divorce documents, please take a look at my Kijiji ad. My rates are reasonable, my schedule is very flexible, and I will come to you for as low as $25.



May 27, 2017 Anthony Whalen Commissioner of Oaths “100” Promotion

It’s May 27th, I have a new stamp, and my next customer will be number 100. To celebrate this, I am offering a discount to my next 10 customers. As usual, I will come to your residence, place of work or meet at a convenientĀ public location close to you in Fredericton to administer an oath, take or receive an affidavit, declaration or affirmation. Please contact me at 450-5579 or email and mention the “100” discount and I will charge $20 for one document and $35 for 2-4 documents. I am available 7 days a week from 7:30am to 10pm.


Can’t believe it’s April 2, 2017 already


I’m a Commissioner of Oaths in New Brunswick and a Professional Chemical Engineer. If you want to save on legal fees, call/text Anthony Whalen today at 999-6284 or email I’m certified to administer oaths and take and receive affidavits, declarations and affirmations within New Brunswick. Reasonable rates with quick turnaround and I will come to you.

Anthony Whalen Commissioner of Oaths

February 8, 2017

img_5309Did you know that a Commissioner of Oaths is empowered, under provincial legislation, to administer and witness the swearing of oaths or solemn affirmations in the taking of an affidavit for any potential legal matter?

Commissioners of oaths are also empowered to witness any declaration as required under a statute. A commissioner of oaths certifies that the required oath or affirmation or declaration has been properly administered.

Commissioners of oaths do not certify the truth of the statements contained in a document; which remains the responsibility of declarants themselves.

In the province of New Brunswick, a commissioner of oaths must administer the oath or declaration in the manner prescribed by law. This requires that the deponent be physically present before the commissioner of oaths. Also, the commissioner of oaths must be satisfied about the authenticity of the declarant’s identity and signature before a he or she can sign the document themselves.

Please contact me at 506-450-5579 or My rates are very reasonable, I offer quick turnaround and will come to your location. Thanks!

Commissioner of Oaths Anthony Whalen

img_5027January 16, 2017

Well folks, we’re half-way through January already. If you have any documents that require administering an oath or taking and receiving an affidavit, declaration or affirmation within New Brunswick, give me a call / text at 506-450-5579 or email at My rates are very reasonable, I offer quick turnaround and will come to your location. Thanks!