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English translation: apostille

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07:08 Nov 7, 2000
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
French term or phrase: Apostille
The heading of a stamp on an official Italian document. (The remainder of the stamp is written in Italian - I am only guessing that this may be a French word!)
Amy Taylor
United States
Local time: 23:08
English translation:apostille
Explanation:
"Convention Apostille Certificate: If you have a document which you want legalized for use in another Convention country, the Convention certification called an "apostille" must be affixed to the document by a competent authority. The apostille is a pre-printed form prescribed by the Convention."

I figured I could never explain this any better than found on this site. A google search produced a lot more hits, but the site down below explains it best.
Good luck!

Peg
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Pegmoe
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Peg,

Exactly what I needed. Thank you.

Ataylor
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apostille


Explanation:
"Convention Apostille Certificate: If you have a document which you want legalized for use in another Convention country, the Convention certification called an "apostille" must be affixed to the document by a competent authority. The apostille is a pre-printed form prescribed by the Convention."

I figured I could never explain this any better than found on this site. A google search produced a lot more hits, but the site down below explains it best.
Good luck!

Peg



    Reference: http://www.embusa.es/hagueen.html
Pegmoe
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Peg,

Exactly what I needed. Thank you.

Ataylor
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