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Solicitor Forms / Statement Request
We've made some changes to this page! Now you can request a mortgage statement using the online portal, LLC. Click on the "Start now" button under "Tools" to begin. Please note that if you cannot upload documents through external websites you will be unable to use our new portal. If this is the case please continue to submit your requests through our direct fax line.
This page contains links to all the documents and tools required by Solicitors and Notaries to complete a residential mortgage transaction in Canada.The Requisition to Solicitor/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 www.banquescotia.com.
Please note that we have added forms with a version date of March 2015, for certain mortgages.
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