Get Notary, Legalisation & Verification Services Done By This Specialist In Singapore
ABOUT THE NOTARY
Shirley was first admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court in Singapore as an Advocate and Solicitor in 1984 and has over 30 years of experience in the legal field. Shirley was appointed as a Notary Public and Commissioner For Oaths 20 years ago in 1996. Shirley is dedicated to offering efficient, reliable, professional and personalized advise in a very friendly manner. She is currently based in Raffles Place, Singapore.
Shirley speaks English, Tamil and Malay.
PURPOSE OF ENGAGING A NOTARY PUBLIC
A Notary Public in Singapore deals in the complete range of notarial services required by individuals and private businesses pertaining to documents for overseas use. The purpose of engaging a notary public is to assist in defining the documents as authentic for their accurate usage and also certifying them as the original or true copies. Notarisation may also be needed when a person is involved in foreign litigation. Notaries Public are approved authorities and appointed by the Board of Commissioners for Oath and Public Notaries (“the Board”) who will assist in making sure that you have all documents for the service you require. They will ensure that your documents are legal, genuine and valid. Notary service is the expeditious way to deal with your documents in contentious and non-contentious matters. Notary practice is absolutely necessary in most countries as is it a pertinent act that will legalise and generate authentication for your documents.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF NOTARY OF PUBLIC
Notary Public acting as impartial officers, notarise documents usually by witnessing, authenticating and certifying the execution of documents to be used in foreign countries. The primary duty of a Notary Public is to ensure that the documents are notarized which prevents fraud. It will also help to confirm that the person signing wasn’t compelled into doing so (e.g. through undue influence, coercion or duress, etc). Notaries Public and Commissioners For Oath can also certify copies of legal documents, administer oaths or affirmations. It is also the responsibility of the Notary Public to ensure the person who is signing the documents is present and produces a valid identification. The Notary Public will then officiate the signing and ensure that the documents are signed correctly. As a proof of notarisation, it is mandatory for a Notary Public to issue a notarial certificate with the notary seal thereon. Legalisation and Authentication will be applied in lieu of Apostille Certification.
- Evidence of identification (identity card, passport and/or other photo ID)
- For certification of true copies please bring the ORIGINAL documents
- For documents executed by a Company under a Common Seal or by its authorised Attorney :-
- the relevant Company’s resolution authorizing the use of the Common Seal
- the Company’s Memorandum and Articles of Association
- the Attorney’s Power of Attorney
For any inquiries on the documents to be furnished, please do not hesitate to contact us.
COSTS OF NOTARY SERVICES
The Notary fees payable for various notarial services are prescribed by the Board. The Notary can charge fees for other related services including personal attendance. Additional fees are also payable for our services that are rendered in connection with Legalization and Authentication of documents other than the fees that are charged by the relevant authority, embassy and/or consulate.
To make an appointment please contact :-
Ms.Shirley / Ms.Sherrie
Tel No : +6565325515 / (H/P : +6587173757)
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
[Appointments at our office can be arranged in short notice from Monday to Friday during office hours so as to accommodate your needs and conveniences].
[Appointments can also be arranged at other times or elsewhere at your business place etc. Additional fees are applicable]. For more information, visit : http://notarycommissioner.com.sg