A written notice in the official form must be filed with Customs to inform them of the suspected import of IPR-infringing goods. The IPR owner, its licensee, or their agents can give a written notice to Customs of a suspected import of IPR-infringing goods. The notice may be sent via:
Delivered in person/via post to: Singapore Customs, 55 Newton
Road #10-01, Revenue House, Singapore 307987
The notice must be accompanied by:
- a statutory declaration that the particulars in the notice are true;
- a fee of around EUR 123 (200 Singaporean dollars);
- where the notice is given by your agent, evidence of the authority of the person giving the notice;
- in the case of suspected trade-mark infringing goods, a copy of the certificate of registration in relation to your Singapore registered trade mark.