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Who can certify a true copy in Singapore?

Who can certify a true copy in Singapore?

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Notarisation involves certifying a document as either an authentic copy of an original document, or as having been validly executed. Notarisation is done by a notary public, who is generally a senior lawyer practising in Singapore who has been appointed to act as a notary public under the Notaries Public Act.

Can CPA certify documents in Singapore?

Yes, we have professional CAs who can certify documents fr you. After this authorized person compares the copy document with the original document. Our certified true copy by a chartered accountant, Singapore will be identical to the original documents.

How much does it cost to certify a true copy in Singapore?

Legalisation of Documents

Type of Service Fee
Legalisation fee – Certified true copy (photocopy) $10.70
Photocopying fee for certified true copy $ 1.07
Legalisation fee – Certified true signature (original) $10.70
Legalisation fee – Certified true document (original) $10.70

Who is allowed to certify documents?

An accountant (member of a recognised professional accounting body or a Registered Tax Agent). A person listed on the roll of the Supreme Court of a State or Territory or the High Court of Australia as a legal practitioner. A barrister, solicitor or patent attorney.

Can a nurse certify documents?

Health professions: Chiropractor, dentist, medical practitioner, nurse, optometrist, pharmacist, physiotherapist, psychologist. Legal professions: Legal practitioner, patent attorney, trademarks’ attorney.

How do I certify a document by myself?

How to certify a document

  1. Writing ‘Certified to be a true copy of the original seen by me’ on the document.
  2. Signing and dating it.
  3. Printing their name under the signature.
  4. Adding their occupation, address and telephone number.

How to certify true copies of documents in Singapore?

For example, the notary public may certify and attest that the documents annexed to the certificate had been duly signed and executed by the signatories stated in the document, or that the documents annexed to the certificate are certified true copies The certificate will then end off with the notary public’s full name, signature and seal.

Do you need certified copy of passport in Singapore?

A copy of an original document requires true certification. For proceeding in Singapore or abroad country, you need to exact certified true copy of passport or other documents in Singapore or another respective country. So, if you don’t know how to certify true copy of passport, we can help you with our online services.

What do you need to know about notarisation in Singapore?

Notarisation is certifying of a document as a genuine copy of an original document, or as a validly executed document. A notary public handles the notarisation of documents. A notary public is a person who had obtained approval under the Notaries Public Act. Normally, a notary public is a senior lawyer practising in Singapore.

How long does it take to get a certificate from the consulate in Singapore?

The original documents have to be seen and compared with an exact copy of the document. As the Consulate attaches a certificate to each document, please allow for at least 1 – 2 days’ processing time, plus any mailing time, if applicable.