Legal document translation provided on Court website
Thread poster: Ldiesman

Ldiesman  Identity Verified
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Feb 17, 2012

Good evening again!

I have another question regarding the translation of legal documents. On the California court website, they have various forms translated already. However, the ones that I need say "For Information Only, Do Not Turn In to Court". Does this mean that I need to create my own translation? This is specifically in California, by the way


Thank you for all your suggestions!

Laura

[Edited at 2012-02-17 03:17 GMT]


 

David Wright  Identity Verified
Austria
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My guess Feb 17, 2012

to subit to the court you presumably have to use the English language text. Why should you want to translate the form?

 


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