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There are some differences in law between: England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The services offered here are largely applicable no matter where you are domiciled within the United Kingdom. However, if you think there could be elements you wish to check, then you can always refer to the relevant Law Society:
or check The Official Home of UK Legislation for the latest laws for the United Kingdom, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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Run by the Law Society, Find a Solicitor is a free service. The Law Society does not provide legal advice. Please read the Law Society guides to common legal issues for information about getting advice from a solicitor. You can find solicitor based overseas using their online Find a Solicitor search tool, by selecting the appropriate country from the drop-down list in the search form.
You may also have to translate* your legal documents - either from a purely commercial or official rationale. 'Official' requirements vary from country to country, depending on that country’s particular legal system. Each country will also have its own system for appointing and regulating official translators.
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*Types of Official Translation
Certified: The translator must attest that the translation is "a true, complete and accurate translation" of the original document. Each page of the translation should be stamped and/or initialled (by the translator and/or certifying authority).
Legalised or Apostilled: These translations carry a declaration endorsed by a Notary Public. Usually, the original document will bear the Apostille. An Apostille verifies the authenticity of the signature; it does not endorse the content of the document. If you require an apostille, contact the U.K. Government's Legalisation Office.
Notarised: This usually means that the translation either (i) carries a declaration by the translator that has been signed by the Notary or (ii) carries a declaration by the Notary Public concerning the original document and the translation. Notarised translations are usually for providing accountability in terms of the translator’s details. The Notary’s signature does not endorse the quality of the translation.
Sworn: In the UK, as a common law country, there is no such thing as a sworn translator. However, in civil law countries sworn translators are appointed and accredited by the relevant government authorities. Depending on the country, only sworn translators who are listed on the official list of sworn translators may produce a 'certified', 'sworn' or 'official' translation (these can be checked via the Embassy of the relevant country; see overseas representation in the Exporters Almanac).