Singapore Notary Legislation and Verification Authentication Services Announced

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( — September 10, 2019) — A leading Singapore notary specialist has announced she can provide clients with legalization and verification solutions. Shirley L Perumpoykail is dedicated to offering personalized advice in a friendly manner.

Shirley L Perumpoykail has announced that she can provide notary, legalization and verification services for Singapore clients. She was first admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court in Singapore as an Advocate and Solicitor in 1984, and has over 30 years of experience in the legal field.

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Shirley was appointed as a Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths 20 years ago in 1996. She is dedicated to providing clients with efficient, reliable, professional and personalized advice in a very friendly manner.

Clients can get in touch for a complete range of notarial services, whether for individuals or private business use. The purpose of engaging a notary public is to assist in defining the documents as authentic for their accurate use. Shirley can also certify them as the original or true copies.

Shirley can assist clients in their foreign litigation cases, and can help to ensure they have all the documents they need for the services they require.

Notary service is the fastest way to deal with documents in contentious and non contentious matters, and is absolutely necessary in most countries. This is because it legalizes and generates authentication for the client’s documents.

Shirley works with clients to ensure that their documents are authentic. The primary duty of a notary public is to ensure that documents are official and prevent fraud.

Anyone getting in touch will need evidence of identification, like ID, passport or photo ID. For certification of true copies, it’s important to bring the original documents.

For documents executed by a company under a common seal or an authorized attorney, it’s important to bring the relevant resolution, the memorandum and articles of association, and the attorney’s power of attorney.

The notary fees payable for various notarial services are prescribed by the Board. The notary can charge fees for other related services, including personal attendance, and additional fees may also be payable.

To make an appointment, interested parties can get in touch at +65 65325515 or email

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