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Signing Power of Attorney Overseas

If Notary Public Seal contain Non-English word, will the Court accept it for registration?

2016-06-02T05:55:26+08:00

If the Notary Public seal or words written or printed contain non-English words (eg, French or Swiss), the High Court will usually require translation and submission in accordance with Order 92 rule 1 of the Rules of Court.

Order 92 rule provides:

Language of documents: Every document if not in the English language must be accompanied by a translation […]

If Notary Public Seal contain Non-English word, will the Court accept it for registration?2016-06-02T05:55:26+08:00

How do I sign my Power of Attorney Overseas?

2016-06-02T05:51:56+08:00

If you are signing the Power of Attorney overseas (outside Singapore), you will need to sign it in the presence of either a Singapore Consulate Officer officiating in the Country of your stay or a Notary Public (who is duly appointed in that Country).
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How do I sign my Power of Attorney Overseas?2016-06-02T05:51:56+08:00

I am overseas, and where can I find a Singapore Consulate Officer?

2016-06-02T04:51:47+08:00

If you are signing the Power of Attorney overseas (outside Singapore), you will need to sign it in the presence of either a Singapore Consulate Officer officiating in the Country of your stay or a Notary Public (who is duly appointed in that Country).

It is our preference that you sign the […]

I am overseas, and where can I find a Singapore Consulate Officer?2016-06-02T04:51:47+08:00

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