We offer a full range of Notary Public services in Singapore. Please note that due to COVID-19 we are unable to serve walk-in clients. You must contact us ahead of time to arrange a suitable date and time. We will try to accommodate your requirements as much as possible.
Due to the often complex nature of fees and processes involved, we advise that you contact us to outline what you need, and then we can provide you with a summary quote for your consideration. Most Notary Public fees are FIXED under law, and will not differ from one Notary to the next.
Please note that as of February 2017, a Notary Public is required to issue a notarial certificate for each document that they verify. In Singapore, this notarial certificate will cost an additional $75, payable to the Notary Public.
In addition to this, as of October 2019, all notarised documents must also be authenticated by the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL). The SAL charges an authentication fee of $86.40 per notarial certificate. The Notary Public will collect this fee from you before issuing you the notarial certificate.
As an example, if you needed to certify a single page document, such as a passport, the total fee would be as follows. $10 to certify one page of the passport as a true copy + $75 for the Notarial certificate + $86.40 for authentication, payable to SAL. Total cost would be = $171.40.
Yes. This is possible, but additional charges may be applied. Please get in touch with us to understand your requirements.
Yes, it is possible, but the preference for Notary Public enquiries would be to visit our Jalan Sultan office after making an appointment. If you would prefer to handle the matter at one of our other offices, or request for the Notary Public to visit a specific residential or company address, please get in touch to discuss your requirements.
Yes. From February 2017 it is compulsory for a Notary Public to issue a Notarial Certificate for all documents witnessed of certified, even if you are not submitting your documents(s) to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, A Foreign Embassy, or the foreign recipient doesn't require a Notarial Certificate.
On the day of your appointment, please bring along the document that you are required to sign as well as your identification document [i.e., your passport and/or national identity card].
The Notary Public is required to confirm that you understand the contents of the document before you sign it, so please don't pre-sign the document. It should be signed in the presence of the Notary Public.
Get in touch with us to make an appointment for the Notary Public to certify your document. On the day of the appointment you should bring the original version of the document, and also a photocopy. The Notary Public will compare the photocopied version of the document with the original to verify its authenticity. Once they have verified it, they will certifying the photocopy as a 'true copy'.
If you are unable to bring a photocopy, don't worry - we can photocopy the document for you on the day.
A Notary Public is appointed by the Singapore Academy of Law, and is authorised to:
A Notary Public in Singapore must be a qualified lawyer with no less than 15 years of experience, and be 40 years or older.