Registered Address Service
Why do I need a registered office address?
In Singapore, it is a requirement for companies to have a a registered office address when you register a company with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA). This address must always be effective for the delivery of any and all official correspondence to the company, its Directors and its Shareholders. The registered office address can be used on your company business cards, letterheads or any other official documents.
The address must be:
- Official address of the company
- Approved for commercial use and is not a PO Box
- All communications, letters and legal documents once proved delivered to this address are deemed to be delivered
- Open to the public for at least 3 working hours during a work day
- Where the company secretary is located at
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Can I use my home address as my registered address?
Yes. However, this address will be made publicly available on ACRA and is required to be open to the public for at least 3 working hours during a work day.
HDB flat owners/occupiers who want to apply for the Home Office Scheme must seek approval from the Housing Development Board (HDB).
Owners/occupiers of private residential property who want to apply for the Home Office Scheme must seek approval from Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA).