Certified translation - Department of Work and Pension
Thread poster: flolabussiere

flolabussiere
France
Local time: 04:54
English to French
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Dec 7, 2013

Hello everyone

I have been requeste to translate into French a document from the Department of Word and Pension, in the UK.

Do you know if the translation has to be certified or not ?

Thanks a lot for your help,
Florence Labussière


 

neilmac  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 04:54
Spanish to English
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Not indispensable Dec 7, 2013

If the client hasn't specified that the translation must be "certified" or sworn, I would normally assume that it is not necessary. In fact, I wouldn't ask the client about it either, as they might decide to ask for it certifed "just in case", which I always find a hassle.

 

flolabussiere
France
Local time: 04:54
English to French
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TOPIC STARTER
Certified translation Dec 8, 2013

Hello

Thanks for your answer. Sometimes the client does not know whether it needs to be certified or not. I think I will give him some addresses of certified translators, as it would create too much trouble to get paid for this work and realize afterwards that it had to be certified.

Regards


 


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