Singapore Power of Attorney FAQ

Singapore Power of Attorney FAQ

Singapore Power of Attorney FAQ on issues relating to Singapore Power of Attorney for Private Property, All Affairs and HDB Flats, and the procedures. Power of Attorney FAQ

Procedure

When the Power of Attorney is ready for your signature, only you (the Principal or Donor) need to sign the Power of Attorney. Your Attorney or Donee need not sign the Power of Attorney, nor need to attend at our office.

Even though there is nothing that your Attorney need to do at the Power of Attorney documentation stage, you should get the permission of the proposed Attorney for his consent to act for you in the matters stated in the Power of Attorney.

Only you, the Donor (the person giving the powers), need to sign the Power of Attorney. Your proposed Attorney need not sign any document nor attend at our Singapore Office.

If you wish to engage Loh Eben Ong LLP to prepare your Singapore Power of Attorney for Private Property, All Affairs or your HDB Flats, for your convenience, please use our Online or Offline Submission Services. Alternatively, you may email us your details.

Please complete all particulars in our Online or Offline Form correctly and accurately. Incomplete Forms or Forms with errors will not be processed, or result in delay.

Signing Power of Attorney in Singapore

After submission, you should make an appointment with our Singapore Office and/or our office will contact you to attend at our office by prior appointment to sign the PA in the presence of our solicitor.  You have to bring your Identity Card (NRIC) or Passport when attending at our office.

Signing Power of Attorney Overseas

We will send the Power of Attorney in accordance with the “mode of delivery” selected by you for your execution after receipt of your payment of our charges. After you have duly signed the Power of Attorney before a Notary Public or a Singapore Consulate Officer in the country of your stay, please return the Power of Attorney to our Singapore Office to enable us to deposit a copy of the same at the Supreme Court of Singapore and to write a letter of confirmation to HDB.

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Procedure

When the Power of Attorney is ready for your signature, only you (the Principal or Donor) need to sign the Power of Attorney. Your Attorney or Donee need not sign the Power of Attorney, nor need to attend at our office.

Even though there is nothing that your Attorney need to do at the Power of Attorney documentation stage, you should get the permission of the proposed Attorney for his consent to act for you in the matters stated in the Power of Attorney.

Only you, the Donor (the person giving the powers), need to sign the Power of Attorney. Your proposed Attorney need not sign any document nor attend at our Singapore Office.

If you wish to engage Loh Eben Ong LLP to prepare your Singapore Power of Attorney for Private Property, All Affairs or your HDB Flats, for your convenience, please use our Online or Offline Submission Services. Alternatively, you may email us your details.

Please complete all particulars in our Online or Offline Form correctly and accurately. Incomplete Forms or Forms with errors will not be processed, or result in delay.

Signing Power of Attorney in Singapore

After submission, you should make an appointment with our Singapore Office and/or our office will contact you to attend at our office by prior appointment to sign the PA in the presence of our solicitor.  You have to bring your Identity Card (NRIC) or Passport when attending at our office.

Signing Power of Attorney Overseas

We will send the Power of Attorney in accordance with the “mode of delivery” selected by you for your execution after receipt of your payment of our charges. After you have duly signed the Power of Attorney before a Notary Public or a Singapore Consulate Officer in the country of your stay, please return the Power of Attorney to our Singapore Office to enable us to deposit a copy of the same at the Supreme Court of Singapore and to write a letter of confirmation to HDB.

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Procedure

When the Power of Attorney is ready for your signature, only you (the Principal or Donor) need to sign the Power of Attorney. Your Attorney or Donee need not sign the Power of Attorney, nor need to attend at our office.

Even though there is nothing that your Attorney need to do at the Power of Attorney documentation stage, you should get the permission of the proposed Attorney for his consent to act for you in the matters stated in the Power of Attorney.

Only you, the Donor (the person giving the powers), need to sign the Power of Attorney. Your proposed Attorney need not sign any document nor attend at our Singapore Office.

If you wish to engage Loh Eben Ong LLP to prepare your Singapore Power of Attorney for Private Property, All Affairs or your HDB Flats, for your convenience, please use our Online or Offline Submission Services. Alternatively, you may email us your details.

Please complete all particulars in our Online or Offline Form correctly and accurately. Incomplete Forms or Forms with errors will not be processed, or result in delay.

Signing Power of Attorney in Singapore

After submission, you should make an appointment with our Singapore Office and/or our office will contact you to attend at our office by prior appointment to sign the PA in the presence of our solicitor.  You have to bring your Identity Card (NRIC) or Passport when attending at our office.

Signing Power of Attorney Overseas

We will send the Power of Attorney in accordance with the “mode of delivery” selected by you for your execution after receipt of your payment of our charges. After you have duly signed the Power of Attorney before a Notary Public or a Singapore Consulate Officer in the country of your stay, please return the Power of Attorney to our Singapore Office to enable us to deposit a copy of the same at the Supreme Court of Singapore and to write a letter of confirmation to HDB.

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Procedure

When the Power of Attorney is ready for your signature, only you (the Principal or Donor) need to sign the Power of Attorney. Your Attorney or Donee need not sign the Power of Attorney, nor need to attend at our office.

Even though there is nothing that your Attorney need to do at the Power of Attorney documentation stage, you should get the permission of the proposed Attorney for his consent to act for you in the matters stated in the Power of Attorney.

Only you, the Donor (the person giving the powers), need to sign the Power of Attorney. Your proposed Attorney need not sign any document nor attend at our Singapore Office.

If you wish to engage Loh Eben Ong LLP to prepare your Singapore Power of Attorney for Private Property, All Affairs or your HDB Flats, for your convenience, please use our Online or Offline Submission Services. Alternatively, you may email us your details.

Please complete all particulars in our Online or Offline Form correctly and accurately. Incomplete Forms or Forms with errors will not be processed, or result in delay.

Signing Power of Attorney in Singapore

After submission, you should make an appointment with our Singapore Office and/or our office will contact you to attend at our office by prior appointment to sign the PA in the presence of our solicitor.  You have to bring your Identity Card (NRIC) or Passport when attending at our office.

Signing Power of Attorney Overseas

We will send the Power of Attorney in accordance with the “mode of delivery” selected by you for your execution after receipt of your payment of our charges. After you have duly signed the Power of Attorney before a Notary Public or a Singapore Consulate Officer in the country of your stay, please return the Power of Attorney to our Singapore Office to enable us to deposit a copy of the same at the Supreme Court of Singapore and to write a letter of confirmation to HDB.

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