Suspension of Operation

As announced by the Singapore Government on 3 April 2020, all non-Essential Businesses are to suspend their operation with effect from Tuesday, 7 April 2020 ( this date included) for 1 month. According to Government’s definition of Essential Businesses, lawyers are not considered essential business. Law Society of Singapore is currently requesting the Government for further clarifications, and we will let you know in due course whether Loh Eben Ong LLP will be operating on Tuesday, 7 April 2020 onwards.

For those with existing appointments or have made appointment requests for appointments on 7 April 2020 and after, we will update you on the status of your appointments via emails once we have received further clarifications on the scope of the suspensions for law firms, Commissioners for Oaths and Notaries Public.

For those clients with existing matters (eg. Property matters) with us and which is time sensitive, we will update you by phone or emails once we have received more clarifications on the scope of the suspension.

This post will be constantly updated from time to time during this coronavirus situation, and please visit this post periodically for further developments.

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Controlled Access

Due to the current Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) situation in Singapore and elsewhere, our office of LOH EBEN ONG LLP is only accessible to persons who have:-

  • no flu or flu-like symptoms, eg. fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, breathlessness
  • not been to overseas within the last 14 days
  • not under any Quarantine order, Leave of Absence, or Stay Home Notice (SHH)
  • not been in contact with any infected person or suspected infected person within the last 14 days

All visitors to our office are encouraged to wear masks, sanitized your hands (available outside our office) and submit an online Visitor’s Declaration Form (QR code available) prior to entering our office.

Only those who have legal business with us should attend at our office, and there should be no accompany persons. Vulnerable persons such as senior citizens are encouraged to stay at home.

As current Covid-19 situation is constantly evolving, and for more information or updates, please visit WHO, MOH website or Singapore Government’s updates

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