301 - 106 West 1st St., North Vancouver, BC

kaymanabe@senjunotary.ca 604.818.7710

Senju Notary

YOUR Notary ON the NORTH SHORE and beyond


Real Estate Sales and Purchases and Mortgages


  • Residential and commercial purchases and sales
  • Residential and commercial purchases and sales with mortgages
  • Mortgage refinancing
  • Home equity lines of credit
  • Family transfers
  • Private purchases and sales

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Wills and Powers of Attorney


  • Wills
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Representation Agreements
  • Advance Directives

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  • Statutory Declarations and affidavits
  • Witnessing execution of documents
  • Certified True Copies
  • Travel consents for minors
  • Letters of invitation for visitors to Canada
  • Execution/Authentications of international documents
  • ICBC Registration

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Real Estate Transactions

Whether you are purchasing or selling your home...

Buying or selling a home is the single biggest investment decision that we will make. It can be both an exciting and stressful decision. Kay, a Notary Public, is a highly trained legal professional who can facilitate the legal transfer process (conveyancing), making it easy to understand and ensuring that the transaction is done accurately.   

Mortgages and Refinancing

A mortgage refinancing or Home Equity loan allows you to leverage the value of your home to access funds for renovations, children's tuition, investment-or other lifestyle requirements. Senju Notary understands the complexities of real estate financing and can advise you, making the process easier to understand and simple to complete.  

Family Transfers and More

Kay walks each client through the details of real estate transactions and conveyance processes - home purchase and sale, family transfer and mortgage refinancing - explaining the costs and fees and clarifying any potential risks. 

Every client transaction is unique at Senju Notary, Kay customizes her work to meet the specific requirements of the individual 

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Personal & Estate planning documents

A Legal Will

You can decide who can be your executors, beneficiaries and guardians for your children while you are alive. Making your will is drafting the legal document that instructs your executor (or trustee) how to administer your estate after your death. Senju Notary makes sure that your final wishes are reflected on and granted accurately through your will.  

Powers of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows your attorney, a person appointed by you, to manage your legal (including real estate) and financial affairs on your behalf while you are alive. This is particularly useful if you become incapacitated due to an accident, physical or mental health problems, or in the event of your absence.   

Representation Agreements and Advance Directives

A representation agreement is a tool that allows your appointed representative to make personal and health care decisions for you. If you become incapacitated, there are two types of Representation Agreements, Standard (section 7) and Enhanced (section 9). Standard Representation Agreements cover routine financial and/or health care decisions, while Enhanced Representation Agreements give broader powers to the representative, including refusing health care measures necessary to preserve life (life support). 

An Advance Directive gives instructions about what health care decisions you do, or do not want in the event that you become incapable and health care decisions need to be made. An Advance Directive does not appoint a person to act on your behalf. 

Senju Notary's goal is to ensure a flexible but thorough and hassle-free process for our clients.  

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A Tradition of Trust

Notarizing documents is at the heart of what a Notary Public does. As a Notary Public, we see hundreds of different types of documents that require notarial services. Here are some examples:

Statutory Declarations & Affidavits

A Statutory Declaration or Affidavit is a document where the person signing is swearing that they understand the facts contained in the document and that the contents of the document are true. The Notary Public will confirm that you have read the document, that you have personal knowledge of the contents of the document, that all statements contained in the document are true, and that the Notary Public will give and accept your personal oath, affirmation and promise that you are telling the truth and swear to the accuracy of the document. 

Other examples

  • Notarized and certified true copies of an original document 
  • International and US Notarial Services
  • A Certificate of Guarantor, Passport Applications, Unregistered Vehicle Declaration for ICBC (e.g. ATV, boat trailer, trailer, car, motorbike, etc.)
  • Insurance Loss Declaration
  • Health Care Declarations
  • Travel Consents for children to travel with a parent 
  • Proof of Identity for Travel Purposes
  • Real Estate documents from other cities and provinces
  • Letters of Invitation for Foreign Travel

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