Posted on Oct 11, 2022
Notaries’ Tradition of Trust goes back over 2000 years. Notaries laid down the Codex Hammurabi, the oldest evidence of documented law. Notaries were also employed by the Catholic Church to be the guiding light of civilization through the Dark Ages. Throughout centuries of upheaval, the Notary’s reputation for trustworthiness ensured that documents remained reliable. Today, Notaries do not get involved in litigation or argue cases before a judge. Their activities are restricted to non-contentious matters—those where the parties involved are in agreement.
Daniel Boisvert, a notary public since 2008 and based in Tsawwassen, spoke to Ladner Rotary on October 11, 2022. Daniel has been a Delta resident for more than 30 years. Prior to establishing his practice, he served for eight years in various business-to-business capacities in the technology and medicine sectors and four years in the financial services sector as a financial planner. He is the current President of the British Columbia Notaries Association.
Notaries provide a broad range of legal services such as the following:
President Guillermo Bustos and Ulf Ottho thank Daniel Boisvert