The Notary Public cannot attest to your signing of the document unless he witnessed you doing it. If you have pre-signed the document, please do not attend at our office unless you are prepared to re-sign or sign on a fresh document in the presence of our Notary Public.
Commonly, a client will bring along a blank bank form to sign in the presence of Notary Public, which is not the correct practice.
Prior to attendance in the Notary’s office, please ensure that the form is duly completed and you shall sign the form in the presence of our Notary Public.
DO NOT PRE-SIGN: […]
The quick answer is “No”. The Notary Public will need to have sight of the original document (eg. Passport, Bank Statement, Education Certificate) before he is able to certify true on the copy produced.
If you don’t have the original document for comparison with the copy, we are unable to certify true on a copy to […]
We require legalisation relating to our Company’s Business Profile, Certificate of Good Standing, M&A and Certificate of IncorporationLaw2022-10-21T16:20:03+08:00
Commonly, legalised documents requested by foreign agency of corporate entity (eg. ABC Holdings Pte. Ltd.) include:-
1. Certificate of Incorporation
2. Memorandum and Articles of Association
3. Certificate of Good Standing
The certified true extracts of these documents may be applied for at website of Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) in Singapore by paying the relevant fees. Upon receipt of the original certified extracts by […]
Our Notary Public is purely providing Notarial services, and legalisation (or legalization) at a particular embassy is not our responsibility. There are possibly 100s of foreign embassies or consulate offices in Singapore, and each has their own operational hours and procedures for legalisation. We can’t possibly know each and everyone’s policies, requirements, and/or procedures. Besides, […]
We receive numerous enquiries for our Notarial Services, and some have requested for advice on the foreign authority or organisation’s requirements.
In general, our Notary Public will provide his services within the ambit of Singapore law, and has no knowledge of the various foreign’s authorities, organisations, institutions and entities’ (the “foreign agency“) […]
Can I furnish a photocopy of my document for the Notary Public to certify true without the original?Law2016-06-02T03:52:34+08:00
The Notary Public will need to have sight of the original document (eg. Passport, Bank Statement) before he is able to certify true on the copy produced. If you wish to request our Notary Public to certify true a copy of your document, please be reminded to bring the original.
These are some of the important links and addresses for Notarisation (notarization) and Legalisation (legalization). Please check with repective departments as to their respective operating hours, and no representation is made as to the accuracy of the information contained in this page. Third parties’ links are provided as a matter of convenience, and the copyright thereof […]
A common Notary Public’s role is to certify true copies of educational certificates or letters. It is well known that many educational certificates or documents are fake, forged or not genuine, especially educational certificates purportedly from foreign institutions.
If you are requesting for this service, we may at our sole absolute discretion require any or a combination of the […]