Notarial translations: certified translations of notarial deeds
A notarial translation is a certified translation of a notarial deed. Notarial deeds are legal documents drawn up by a civil-law notary that contain agreements and declarations. Some agreements must be documented in a notarial deed by law, otherwise, they will not be valid. The law stipulates that agreements such as prenuptial agreements, partnership conditions, wills, deeds of transfer, mortgage deeds, deeds of incorporation of private limited companies, deeds of formation of foundations are drawn up by a civil-law notary. If a party to such an agreement comes from abroad, it is wise to have the text of the deed translated. In order to guarantee the correctness of the translation, the notarial deed must be translated by a certified translator.
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Notarial deeds that require a certified translation
Below follows a list of notarial deeds that require a certified translation most of the time:
- prenuptial agreements
- cohabitation contracts
- partnership conditions
- powers of attorney
- deeds of incorporation
- articles of association
- mortgage deeds
- deeds of transfer
- purchase deeds