What exactly is required for a certified translation for UK courts?
Thread poster: Jana Garnsworthy

Jana Garnsworthy
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Mar 14, 2014

Hi, could someone experienced in this matter please enlighten me on what exactly is required for a certified translation of divorce papers for a UK court? Does basic certification, i.e. attaching a statement of accuracy, my stamp and signature, suffice? Or do UK courts require a notarized, or other, translation? Also, does the translation need to be attached to the original document or is a scanned copy good enough? Or does it differ from court to court? Thank you very much for your help.

[Edited at 2014-03-14 19:11 GMT]


 


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