The cost of forms is as follows:
- Any oath of 3 documents or less: $5.
- Any oath of 4 to 7 documents: $10.
- Any oath of 8 documents or more: $15.
Anyone who believes that they have suffered material damages which they intend to claim against the City must, within FIFTEEN days of the incident, send a written notice or the duly completed attached form. To avoid delays, please send your form or notice to City Hall offices by certified mail with all documents necessary for us to study your file (i.e. bills, estimates, photos, reports).
Similarly, it is strongly recommended that individuals, who as a result of an accident suffered bodily injuries for which they plan to claim damages and interest from the City, submit a written notice as quickly as possible.
The notice must be written by the claimant and must include the following information:
- last and first name of the claimant;
- address of the claimant;
- cause of the damages;
- date and location of the incident.
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CONSENT LETTER FOR CHILDREN TRAVELLING ABROAD
This consent letter is recommended for children travelling abroad.
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A general declaration is required when a person must swear under oath or make a solemn declaration.
The person writes a declaration or completes one of the following forms. The document MUST be signed before a commissioner for oaths.
It is important to mention that the commissioner for oaths does not approve the content of the document but only the authenticity of the signature.
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IN CASE OF DISASTER FORM
In order to improve the speed and efficiency of our response during disaster situations (heat waves, ice storm, etc.), we are inviting all residents who may require special assistance, such as seniors and persons living alone or with any disabilities, to register with the Community Aid Service of the City of Dorval.
To register, print the form, complete it, and forward it to the address indicated thereon. All information provided will remain strictly confidential and will be used to intervene in disaster situations only.
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A life certificate is required for persons who receive an income from a foreign country since the organization that deposits the income insists on proof that the recipient is still alive. The recipient generally receives a form but the attached form can also be used. The form MUST be signed at our offices before one of our commissioners for oaths.
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This document is required to obtain a tourism visa to stay in Canada. The attached document must be filled out by the person who is acting as guarantor for the visitor. This form MUST be signed at our offices before one of our commissioners for oaths.
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CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCY
This document confirms the address of a person. The person who wishes to obtain this certificate must bring a letter or the attached form to our commissioner for oaths. The applicant must show two proofs of residence such as a tax bill, lease, public utility bill (except a telephone bill) or driver's licence and two signed pieces of identification, at least one of which has a photo (Medicare card, driver's licence, passport, citizenship card, permanent resident card or social insurance card).
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WATER RETENTION FORM
This form was created to facilitate the validation of the conformity of water retention works for projects subject to regulations on water retention as part of a request for a building permit.
Download the form (Excel – 112 KB) - In French only