How do I get my documents signed that require a commissioner for taking affidavits?

The City of White Rock's policy is that the commissioner will only provide this service to White Rock residents for pensions. Please note that if the commissioner is required to witness your signature, you must to sign it in their presence at City Hall. If you are looking for a Commissioner of Oaths to sign documents other than pension papers, you can find a notary public in the yellow pages.

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8. How do I get my documents signed that require a commissioner for taking affidavits?