Our Office of Loh Eben Ong LLP will be closed from Friday, 24 March to 27 March 2017 (both dates inclusive) for our Law Firm’s Overseas Trip. During this period, no appointments will be scheduled. Our office will be opened on Tuesday, 28 March 2017 onwards. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
The Singapore Government has recently tweaked its Seller’s Stamp Duty (SSD) policy by reducing the stamp duty rates and holding periods. With effect from 11 March 2017 (this date included), SSD has been revised accordingly:
For Purchase or Acquisition of Residential Property on or after 11 March 2017, the revised SSD rates if the holding period […]
With effect from 15 February 2017, it will be mandatory for all Notaries Public to issue a Notarial Certificate for each document attested by the Notary Public, or in connection with which the Notary Public has administered an oath or affirmation, in exercise of the Notary Public’s powers and functions as a Notary Public. Previously, the […]
Please note that our Notary Public will not be available during the period of Monday, 19 December to Friday, 30 December 2016. Our Notary Public will be available from Tuesday, 3rd January 2017 onwards. For our Notary Public services, you may obtain the estimate Notary fees and make an Appointment online at our […]
Please be informed that our commissioning services by our Commissioner for Oaths will not be available from Thursday, 1st Dec 2016 to Wednesday, 14th Dec 2016 (both dates inclusive).
Are rich foreign buying flocking to Singapore to buy luxury property? Singapore’s extremely-high-end properties are now considered cheap.
Property owners in Singapore can now access free information on their property with Singapore Land Authority’s new Online Property Service, MyProperty. Singapore Property Owners will require their SingPass to login to MyProperty.
The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) has extended the fee waiver for Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) Form 1 applications for Singapore Citizens for another two years until 31 August 2018, to encourage more Singaporeans to plan ahead with an LPA to protect their interests. The first fee waiver was announced in 2014. Learn more.