To swear or affirm the affidavit at the Supreme Court, please proceed to the Cashier’s Counter which is located at Legal Registry (Level 2), to pay for the taking of affidavit / exhibit fees. Thereafter, you can proceed to the Commissioners for Oaths (CFO) office, also located at Legal Registry (Level 2), to swear or affirm your affidavit.
CFO services are available by appointments only. To make an appointment, please call them at 6557 7459 or email to SUPCOURT_Head_Interpreters@supcourt.gov.sg at least one working day in advance.
Every non-English document which is intended for use in court proceedings must be accompanied by an English translation certified by a court interpreter or verified by the affidavit of a person qualified to translate it before it can be used in court.
You may wish to use the translation services for the Chinese, Malay and Indian languages provided by the Supreme Court. Please see the section of the Supreme Court’s website on Translation Services for a full list of the languages for which translation services are available and the applicable fees.
Filing fees are payable for lodging documents with the court. Court hearing fees are payable for certain matters that are heard before a judge. More information on filing fees and court hearing fees is available here.
Fees are usually collected upon the filing of documents with the Supreme Court and if you are filing electronically via the LawNet Service Bureau, it will be collected there. All other payments should be made at the Cashier’s Counter.