TRANSLATION OF NOTARY DOCUMENTS
All our translators are certified by the Ministry of Justice, therefore we can facilitate the notarization service, at the partner notary offices, the latter being charged separately. Types of documents for which notarization is provided, upon request:
• Identity documents
• Statements and powers of attorney
• Economic documentation
• School transcripts
• Work schedules, agendas
• Specifications and documentations for bids and tenders
• Court rulings
• Property deeds
• Sale-Purchase, lease, bailment etc. Agreements
• Commercial correspondence
• Commercial Contracts
• Company documents (registration certificates, certificates of good standing etc.)
• Accounting documents
• Expert’s findings, reports etc.
The Apostille is actually a square shaped stamp (with the side of 9 cm), identical in all the state members of the Hague Convention which is applied directly on the notarized document or on an extension of it. The Hague Apostille: regardless of the country where it is applied, all these stamps bear the following name: Apostille - Convention de la Haye du 5 Octobre 1961. For international acknowledgment, marital status documents, respectively the birth and marriage certificates, after being applied the apostille by the de Prefecture, are translated into the language of the country of destination, by a certified translator (including the apostille), and then they are notarized by a notary public, and, finally, the notarized translation is applied the apostille by the competent court of law.
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