Translation & Legalisation Services
Translation, Notarisation and Certifying (Apostille) of documents
Our Translation & Legalisation Team provides a full range of translation services to companies worldwide. We specialise in translating business and commercial texts to the highest standard.
Our company is a multi-sector translation specialist and has particular expertise in the following fields:
- Business translation
- Legal translation
- Financial translation
- Technical translation
We guarantee a consistently excellent quality of translation in each of these various fields by making sure we assign every translation to the most appropriate specialised team of highly qualified translators, proofreaders and editors.
Translations can be certified, notarised and legalised to meet your exact requirements.
Documents that are to be sent to a foreign country will often need to be legalised. The legalisation confirms that the signature, seal or stamp of a public official, notary public or other accredited official on a document is genuine.
Where a document is party to the Hague Convention of 1961, it requires only a government apostille (legalisation certificate) to be affixed. For use in countries not a party to the Hague Convention, the document has to be legalised additionally by the consulate of the relevant country. For some countries the document has to be presented through a Chamber of Commerce before the legalisation by the consulate.
Notarisation is a formality often required for documents which are to be used overseas, or for certifying document copies. We are able to get copies of documents notarised prior to apostille.
Common examples of Public Documents
- Power of Attorney
- Memorandum and Articles of Association
- Certificates of Incorporation
- Certificates of Good Standing
- Certificates of (company) name change
- Export documentation
- Bank documents
- Birth, Death, Divorce, Marriage and Civil Partnership Certificates
- Single Status Certificates
- Certificates of no impediment
- County Court documents
- Notarial Acts
- Passports & Drivers Licences
- Academic qualifications
- Police Certificates (no criminal record)
- International affidavits
- Sworn statements