When to Use Company Seals vs. Rubber Stamps in Singapore Part Two
What Is a Rubber Stamp?
A rubber stamp is a stamp that is used by businesses to endorse papers.
How Does It Look Like?
It's a stamp made of rubber. The stamp usually contains the company's name, identification number, and mailing address.
When Should It Be Used?
The registration number of a company must appear in the legible form on all business letters, statements of account, invoices, official notices, and publications published or signed by or on behalf of the company, according to section 144(1A) of the CA.
As a result, the rubber stamp will be used to stamp the registration number of the company on these required papers.
The rubber stamp is not needed for company records that already have the company's name and registration number written on them. The rubber stamp is mostly used for the company's convenience.