Notarizing Canadian Documents in China


Head Office: 1788 Square

Rm 975, 9/F, No. 1788 West Nanjing Road, Jing’an District, Shanghai

09:30 - 17:00

Monday to Friday

Business and Court Documents

Business and Court Documents

We commonly notarize contracts, corporate documents, employment documents, financial documents, affidavits, pleadings and other court documents and corporate documents used to establish a company in Japan or offshore.


Documents used in Court, Commerce or during Company Establishment often need to be Notarized, Legalized and Authenticated

Step 1: The document shall be notarized by a local notary public, lawyer or Commissioner of Oaths of Canada.
Step 2: The notarized document shall be authenticated by the Authentication and Service of Documents Section of Global Affairs Canada.
Step 3: The document shall be authenticated by the Chinese Embassy if it has been authenticated by the authentication office of Global Affairs Canada.

Power of Attorney to Appoint a Lawyer in China

Power of Attorney to Appoint a Resident of China to Sell your Property

Documents Required to Open Banks and Obtain Loans

Affidavits and Other Official Court Documents

Notarizing Evidence for Court Cases in China

Notarizing Corporate Documents to Establish a Company in China or Canada

Documents Required for Intellectual Property Administrative Appeals

Notarizing Corporate Documents to Order an Asset Freeze in China