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Commissioner for Oaths

The Commissioners for Oaths at the Supreme Court administer oaths/affirmations in respect of affidavits to be used in Supreme Court proceedings, or statutory declarations to be used in Singapore. Deponents/declarants who wish to have their affidavits and statutory declarations affirmed/sworn/declared may proceed to see the duty Commissioner for Oaths at Level 3M.

Please click here to download a sample copy of the statutory declaration form for general use.

For documents to be used in a foreign country, deponents/declarants should have them executed in the presence of a Notary Public instead of a Commissioner for Oaths.

Please click here for the Notaries Public Directory.  

The following commissioning fees apply:

  Type of Document   Commissioning Fee  

Additional Fees

Affidavit in civil matters S$20.00 per affidavit S$5.00 per exhibit (if any)
Affidavit in bankruptcy matters S$5.00 per affidavit S$1.00 per exhibit (if any)
Affidavit in company winding-up matters S$4.00 per affidavit S$1.00 per exhibit (if any)
Statutory declarations S$20.00 per statutory declaration S$5.00 per exhibit (if any)

For matters under the Companies Act, a fee of S$2.00 per exhibit (if any) will be imposed

House Call Services

The Commissioners for Oaths of the Supreme Court do not provide house call services.

For house call services, you may wish to contact a Commissioner for Oaths in the CO & NP Directories of the Singapore Academy of Law. Click here.

Last updated on 11 JUN 2015
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