(на основании) нотариальной доверенности с апостилем

English translation: acting under a notarized and apostilled power of attorney

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Russian term or phrase:(на основании) нотариальной доверенности с апостилем
English translation:acting under a notarized and apostilled power of attorney
Entered by: Oleg Lozinskiy

15:02 Nov 4, 2019
Russian to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general) / Договор об оказании юридических услуг
Russian term or phrase: (на основании) нотариальной доверенности с апостилем
Х.Х. Заказчик на основании нотариальной доверенности с Апостилем поручает Исполнителю осуществить необходимые юридические действия для внесения депозита при смене участников ООО ХХХ (код ЕГРПОУ ХХХХХ).

TIA!
Yuri Larin
Ukraine
Local time: 13:24
acting under a notarized and apostilled power of attorney
Explanation:
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What is the difference between a notarization and an apostille?

Requiring that a document be notarized (signed before a notary public who has been certified by the secretary of State's office) is often enough to prove a document's legitimacy for use in the US.

In order for the same document to be used in foreign contexts (including foreign consulates within in US), a secondary level of certification called an apostille is often required. The document must be apostilled in the same state where it was notarized and information on how to go about that can be found on the secretary of state's website for most states. Here you'll find the information for Vermont and for California.
http://www.middlebury.edu/international/global_operations/tr...


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Note added at 26 мин (2019-11-04 15:29:31 GMT)
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Translation option: acting under a notarized power of attorney with apostille affixed [thereto]
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Oleg Lozinskiy
Russian Federation
Local time: 14:24
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Спасибо, Олег!
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acting under a notarized and apostilled power of attorney


Explanation:
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Note added at 18 мин (2019-11-04 15:20:42 GMT)
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What is the difference between a notarization and an apostille?

Requiring that a document be notarized (signed before a notary public who has been certified by the secretary of State's office) is often enough to prove a document's legitimacy for use in the US.

In order for the same document to be used in foreign contexts (including foreign consulates within in US), a secondary level of certification called an apostille is often required. The document must be apostilled in the same state where it was notarized and information on how to go about that can be found on the secretary of state's website for most states. Here you'll find the information for Vermont and for California.
http://www.middlebury.edu/international/global_operations/tr...


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Note added at 26 мин (2019-11-04 15:29:31 GMT)
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Translation option: acting under a notarized power of attorney with apostille affixed [thereto]

Oleg Lozinskiy
Russian Federation
Local time: 14:24
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Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian
PRO pts in category: 239
Grading comment
Спасибо, Олег!

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