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Are there any requirements for medical reports? 

Yes, please see the requirements below:

 

Requirements for medical reports issued in Singapore:

  1. The medical report must be issued by a certified medical practitioner registered with the Singapore Medical Council.

  2.  If handwritten, the medical report must be legible.

  3. The Donor’s medical report must clearly state:
    - Doctor’s opinion on the Donor’s mental capacity - Banks may reject medical reports that only provide medical jargon.
    - Whether the Donor’s mental incapacity is or is not permanent.

 

 

Requirements for medical reports issued outside of Singapore:
 

  1. Where the medical report is in a language other than English, it must be translated into English by a certified translator

  2.  If handwritten, the medical report must be legible.

  3. The Donor’s medical report must clearly state: 
    - Doctor’s opinion on the Donor’s mental capacity - Banks may reject medical reports that only provide medical jargon.
    - Whether the Donor’s mental incapacity is or is not permanent. 

 

Banks shall act in good faith that all medical reports or certificates and translations presented are authentic and shall not be liable for any loss resulting from the Donee(s) acting in breach of his/her/their authority under the LPA.

 

Donees are strongly encouraged to provide the medical report in the recommended medical report template for LPA transactions. Please click here for a copy of this template https://www.publicguardian.gov.sg/opg/pages/Forms.aspx.

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