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Translations from documents in stamped paper (Spain)
Thread poster: Laura Rodriguez

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Jun 12, 2008

I normally do sworn translations but this is the first time that I receive an original document in stamped paper. I guess that I should indicate the numbers of the original paper, the heading and stamsp, etc... Shall I do all that or simply state that is stamped paper?
If I do indicate it, shall I put each page of the original in a separate page in the translation? I alsu use this kind of official paper.

Best regards,

NB: The translation is spanish-english

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