Notarized/Certification apostil in Singapore?

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Post by ecureilx » Wed, 30 Mar 2011 4:58 pm

boffenl wrote:Oh crap--no use calling around to see who is cheapest if we'll have to wait to get the Law Society to sign it too. Anyone know of other Embassy's or Consulates who do this for non-natives?
Errr .. the law society guidelines dont' apply for simple notarisation ...

Just look up yellow pages for NP/JP.

Don't wrack your brain :D

Not promoting .. but .. an example of an NP would be ..

Karuppan Chettiar and partners
ADVOCATES & SOLICITORS
NOTARY PUBLIC
COMMISSIONER FOR OATHS

111 North Bridge Road
#29-01 Peninsula Plaza
Singapore 179098
Tel : 62999500 Fax : 63330455
E-mail : kcp@kcp.com.sg

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Post by ancientmariner » Wed, 30 Mar 2011 5:46 pm

Try K.S. Chia Gurdeep & Param - Tel. 6538 3611 (Keppel Towers) or
Mr. Boon - Tel. 96820760 (CPF Building) . They are lawyers & NP. They assisted in my HDB resale deals.
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Post by nakatago » Wed, 30 Mar 2011 5:54 pm

Just a clarification, when they charge per copy, is it per document or per page? I've read that it can go either way.
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Post by Mad Scientist » Thu, 31 Mar 2011 12:39 am

boffenl wrote:Thanks for the comments, but does anyone know of someone who does the certificate apostil in Singapore? I assume it has to have the fancy ribbons, right? US Embassy won't do it since it's not going to be used in the US. Help!
Once you decided who you want to go for the notorization, you need to go to Law Academy near the Esplanade. Brings those docs that has been notorise to authenticate by the Law Academy . Only then they will put a Ribbon on the documents. It cost me about $125.00 on the authentication.

For the notorization, I was charged $25.00 per doc. prior to seeing the Public Notary, I managed to bargain down to $500.00 for the whole stacks.

This is the same procedure when I opened up my PMA company in Jakarta.
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notarization in SG?

Post by sheila_gawix » Wed, 01 Aug 2012 12:16 pm

anyone who knows where we can have an affidavit notarized here in singapore? how much would it cost?

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Post by nakatago » Wed, 01 Aug 2012 12:36 pm

sheila_gawix wrote:anyone who knows where we can have an affidavit notarized here in singapore? how much would it cost?
Please read the thread's previous posts. Everything still applies. For exact figures, call an office and ask for their rates.
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