Fees for Notarial Services in Singapore
Notaries public are qualified lawyers appointed by the Board of Commissioners for Oaths and Notaries Public to notarise documents, i.e. to certify that these documents are authentic or have been validly executed (depending on the situation).
Most of the fees for notarial services in Singapore are fixed under the law. Here are the fees for the more common notarial services (for the full list, see the First Schedule of the Notaries Public Rules):
Notarial Execution to Any Document
|By one person||$40|
|For second party, to same document||$20|
|For each additional party to the document||$10|
|For each exhibit marked on or attached to the document||$10|
Certificate of Declaration (With Seal) that a Document has been Validly Executed
|For one person||$75|
|For each additional party in the same certificate||$20|
|Where the document is prepared in the notary public’s office||Half the above fees|
Where the Document is to be Executed by a Company
|(With certificate of declaration and exhibit)||$150|
Certified True Copies
|Examining and certifying as to the correctness of the copy of any document (where the notary public is required to affix a seal)||$10 for the first page and $2 for each subsequent page|
|Examining and certifying as to the correctness of the copy of any document (where the notary public is not required to affix a seal)||$5 for the first page and $1 for each subsequent page|
|Where a notarial certificate and seal are required to be affixed||$75|
|Preparing and completing a special notarial certificate, in addition to the above charges||$75 (No additional charge to be made for each certificate)|
|For one party||$40|
|For a second party to the same statutory declaration||$20|
|For each additional party to the statutory declaration||$10|
|For each exhibit marked on or attached to the statutory declaration||$10|
Please note that from 15 February 2017 onwards, notaries public are required to issue a notarial certificate for each document that they verify. As shown above, this notarial certificate will cost an additional $75.
For example, if you need to get a certified true copy of one page of your passport, the total fee will be $10 + $75 = $85.
Notaries public are also free to charge reasonable fees for all other notarial acts which do not have their fees fixed under the Notaries Public Rules.
Need a notary public to have some notarisation done? You can find one here.
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