This Online Form is strictly for Power of Attorney for HDB Flat. Notwithstanding the POA, depending on the nature of the transaction,
HDB may still require you (Donor) to sign personally (1) Application Form; (2) Statutory Declarations (sign in the presence of a Commissioner of Oaths in Singapore or Singapore Consulate Officer
/ Notary Public if signed overseas), and (3) any undertakings. For other types of Power of Attorney for use in Singapore, please go to Specific POA Quote | Specific
Save and Continue Later: This Form allows you to fill out the form, save your progress, and return at a later date to complete the form. If you wish to use this feature, please click at the link "Save and Continue Later" at the end of this form (next to Submit button), and submit your email, and a link will be sent to your email address.
The Donor(s) (YOU) is/are the person(s) applying for the Power of Attorney. The Donor(s) is/are the registered lessee(s) [owner] of the HDB flat. You are giving the powers as stated in the Power of Attorney to your appointed Attorney below. Please note that only YOU (the Donor) need to sign the Power of Attorney, and you must have sound mental capacity (sound mind). Example (Illustration): If an HDB Flat has 2 registered lessees and both are leaving Singapore for a while and require a Donee to sign documents on their behalf, then you need to state both lessees' particulars and both have to sign the Power of Attorney.
The Attorney is the person that you are appointing to act for YOU (the Donor) in the Power of Attorney, and will be carrying out the acts and matters on your behalf in pursuant to the Power of Attorney. He or she can be your co-lessee (owner) or co-buyer/purchaser so long he or she is available to carry out the acts in Singapore on your behalf as stated in your Power of Attorney.
Please specify where do you wish to sign your Power of Attorney. If the Donor(s) (YOU) is/are signing the POA in Singapore, you will have to sign in the presence of one of our Lawyers at our office. If you are signing Overseas, please read carefully our further notes/instructions.
Your Attorney is NOT required to sign the Power of Attorney, and he/she does NOT need to be present at our office.
With effect from 1 March 2017, as you are signing overseas, if you are authorising your Attorney to make application for your CPF monies withdrawals, CPF Board requires the Power of Attorney to be witnessed by a
Singapore Consulate Officer (eg. Singapore High Commissioner or a Singapore Ambassador) in the country of your stay. You may wish to visit the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website to find the nearest
Singapore Overseas Mission. If your Power of Attorney is not witnessed by a Singapore Consulate Officer, your Attorney will have issues in applying for CPF monies withdrawals on your behalf.
Please confirm that you are aware of this requirement.
If you are signing Overseas, you must sign the Power of Attorney in the
presence of a Notary Public or Singapore Consulate Officer in the Country of
signing. The Notary Public should be prepared to witness your signature as per
the HDB formats (or the High Court's requirements), failing which, we reserve
the right not to process or lodge the Power of Attorney. If High Court rejects
your Power of Attorney, no monies paid will be refunded. Additional admin fee
for overseas signing may be chargeable. Advance full payment of our quoted fee
is required. After signing, please return to us by registered post or courier
For Signing Overseas, we will email you the Power of Attorney in pdf format,
and you must print out the Power of Attorney in good quality white paper using
good quality printer, and in A4 size (or closest to this size). If you require
hardcopy of the Power of Attorney to be delivered to you, out of pocket expenses
will be charged according to the mode of delivery of the Power of Attorney
through third party service providers, such as Singapore Post, FedEx, DHL.
Alternatively, your representative may collect the Power of Attorney from our office
and send it to your Overseas destination.
For instance, if say 1 Donor is in Singapore and the other Donor is abroad,
the Donor in Singapore may sign the Power of Attorney in our office whilst the other Donor signs it overseas. If your situation is similar to this, please state it in the Message Section.
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