SAL AUTHENTICATION MANDATORY
With effect from Tuesday, 1 October 2019, all notarised documents that will have to be authenticated by the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL). This follows changes to the Singapore Academy of Law (Amendment) Rules 2019 and the Notaries Public (Amendment) Rules 2019, which take effect that day.
Due to the changes, the […]
We have refreshed our Notary Fee Calculator to make it simpler to use. This fee calculator is for Certified True Copy or Witnessing Notarial Services.
Application for Appointment Deputy or Deputies under section 20 of the Mental Capacity Act can be rather complex, even for practising lawyers due to the numerous documents and information required. Deputy is required if a Person lacks capacity and does not have a valid LPA.
LOH EBEN ONG is introducing our newest Online Legal Service called […]
After 25 years in our current location at Midland House, we are moving our office to 135 Middle Road #05-11 Bylands Building, Singapore 188975 on Tuesday, 26 March 2019 (tentative official date). We are still conveniently located at Bugis / Middle Road vicinity. Our official operation date in our new office will be Tuesday, 26 […]
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Loh Eben Ong will be closed on 24 and 31 December 2018 for the holiday season, and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.
The Teams at LAW.com.sg and LOH EBEN ONG LLP take this opportunity to wish all our friends and clients a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2019. We look forward to serving […]
What is an ICO?
An ICO is a low-cost and time-efficient type of crowdfunding which is facilitated through the use of distributed ledger technology.
In an initial public offering (IPO) which involves the issue of securities to investors in exchange for fiat currency, whilst an ICO involves the issue of transferable tokens to investors typically in exchange […]
Increase in BSD Rate for Residential Properties
With the Budget Statement on 19 February 2018, Buyer’s Stamp Duty (BSD) for residential properties in Singapore has increased. BSD is computed based on the purchase price or market value of the property, whichever is higher.
Prior to 20 Feb 2018, the BSD rate for all types of properties was […]