"certified translation" e "notarized translation"
Thread poster: Vanessa Marques

Vanessa Marques  Identity Verified
Portugal
Local time: 18:33
English to Portuguese
+ ...
Jul 18, 2004

Caros colegas,

Recebi um documento para ser traduzido e notarizado. Existe alguma diferença entre uma "certified translation" e uma "notarized translation" ou são a mesma coisa?

A minha cliente enviou-me o documento em Word e por e-mail, ou seja, sem carimbos nem assinaturas, nada. Acontece que o documento em causa é um testamento... Será que irei ter "problemas" no Notário?

A minha cliente colocou-me a seguinte questão:
"Does the Will need to be registered at the Civil Registry after notarization?"
Alguém sabe?

Muito obrigada a todos e bom fim-de-semana
Vanessa


 


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