Quebec Mortgage Solicitor Forms

This page contains links to all the documents required by Notaries to complete a residential mortgage transaction in Canada. The Requisition to Notary for Mortgage/Hypothecary Loan faxed to you identifies the form and version date noted in brackets for all of the documents you require. All forms on this site have a unique form number followed by a hyphen with a version date. French forms are available at

As of September 5, 2017, we are changing the process for discharge requests & discharge execution for solicitors in the province of Quebec. Please refer to the ‘Mortgage Payout Processing’ section in the notice below.

For more information click here.

Notary Forms (27 documents)

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