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Who is a proper claimant and when can they claim monies due to the deceased member/nominee's estate?

A proper claimant is a beneficiary, usually a family member, of the deceased member/nominee. The proper claimant can claim monies due to the deceased member/nominee's estate via an application process in the scenarios as stated below, where individual items do not exceed $50,000:

  1. Dividends, sale proceeds and other monies in respect of discounted Singtel shares belonging to a deceased member who passed away before 1 January 1996 or did not make a nomination, and who does not have any personal representatives; or
  2. Nominated CPF savings that would have been paid to the deceased nominee who had passed away before he could receive it.

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