Power of Attorney is a fairly common legal document, usually prepared by Lawyers, and signed in the presence of a practising lawyer in Singapore. If you are signing your Power of Attorney outside Singapore, you will need to sign it in the presence of a Singapore Consulate Officer or a Notary Public in that country.
Powers of Attorney are commonly signed overseas. Please find below the Specimens Power of Attorney HDB Flat, which are to illustrate how to accurately and correctly sign it overseas in the presence of a Notary Public or Singapore Consulate Officer.
There are generally 3 Power of Attorney formats (see items 1 to 3 in the table below) prescribed by HDB, which do not require HDB’s prior approval, and you should inform your Lawyer of the purpose or purposes for the Power of Attorney.
If you are unable to attend personally to matters relating to an HDB flats, you may need to appoint someone by way of a Power of Attorney for HDB Flat to assist you. These matters include attending to selling, buying or subletting an HDB flat in Singapore, for example, attend at HDB for […]
This Offline Power of Attorney HDB service (introduced in August 2004), an extension of our Online Legal Service, allows you to download any of our Power of Attorney Offline forms (in either word or acrobat format) from our website, and submit your completed Power of Attorney application through SG Lawyers App, email to email@example.com/divorce, fax […]