Notary Public Singapore

“The firm packages most of its legal services with an all-inclusive fixed fee that is affordable for all.”

The Straits Times

Our Notary Public are qualified advocates and Solicitors of the Supreme Court of Singapore, who are appointed by The Board of Commissioners for Oaths and Notaries Public. We offer a wide range of notarial services to both businesses and individuals, which include authenticating and certifying a variety of documents to be used overseas:

  • Issue Notarial Certificates
  • Arrange for authentication by Singapore Academy of Law (SAL)
  • Arrange for Apostille and legalisation
  • Affidavits/Oaths
  • Statutory Declarations
  • Attest and Witness execution of documents
  • Certify true copies of original documents
  • Written Statements
  • Application Forms
  • Company documents
  • Certificates of Incorporation
  • Memorandum and Articles of Association
  • Powers of Attorney eg in respect of purchases and sales of properties overseas
  • Property documents for use abroad
  • Change of name deed poll
  • Wills
  • Identity card
  • Passport
  • Driving licence
  • Educational certificates
  • Academic Transcripts
  • Testimonials
  • Birth certificate
  • Marriage certificate
  • Death certificate

Please contact PKWA today for Notary Public Services:

How much will it costs?

  1. Notary Public fees are fixed by the Notaries Public Rules (Cap 208, R1).
  2. SAL Authentication fee $85.60 (include GST).
  3. SAL Legalisation fee $10.70 (include GST) will be waived for all notarised documents.
  4. Additional fees for transport, delivery and collection of documents to SAL $150
  5. Additional fees (if applicable) to for transport, delivery and collection of documents to the relevant foreign missions in Singapore.
  6. Optional – Fees for other work such as translation of foreign language documents, interpretation, transport and courier service are not prescribed and reasonable charges apply. We will assist you to get a quotation of translation fees payable for foreign language documents.
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Frequently asked questions

What is Notarisation?

What is Legalisation?

Why is there a need for notarisation and authentication?

Are legalisation requirements standard or the same in every country?

Is it mandatory to notarise ALL private documents (non-government issued) for use overseas?

Is a notarised document without an SAL authentication certificate/Apostille valid for use overseas if the receiving authority does not require an Authentication Certificate/Apostille?

What is the processing time for the authentication by SAL?

Do I need to submit the documents for authentication in person?

How can I verify the authenticity of the notarised and authenticated documents?

Can I submit my documents to SAL or to any embassy without binding the documents in the SAL prescribed format?

Can a notary public issue one single notarial certificate for multiple documents?

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