Singapore joined the Hague Convention in 2021 and most documents for use in Singapore should only need to be submitted to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office to be apostilled, without the need for further consular legalisation (check with the receiving party if in doubt).
Affidavits to be used in court proceedings in Singapore do not need to be legalised if they are signed/authenticated by a UK notary public (Order 41, r. 12 of the Singapore Rules of Court 1995 (as amended)). A power of attorney executed before, and attested by, a UK notary will also be accepted by the Singaporean courts without further legalisation (s. 87 of the Singaporean Evidence Act 1893 (as amended)).
The Foreign Office fee is £30 (standard service) or £75 (premium service)
3-5 working days (standard service) or 24/48 hours (premium service)
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