We arrange for corporate documents to be certified by our lawyers and notaries public who have authority to witness and attest documents (such as deeds, agreements, powers of attorney) in order to make them official and acceptable in most countries of the world. Their signatures and official seals confirm the authenticity of the documents which provides international recognition.
We can assist you with the legalisation of your documents, whether by way of Apostille, Consular Legalisation or a combination of Legalisation at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and further stamping at the relevant consulate.
Consular legalisation is required only when documents are going to be used in a country which has not signed the Hague Convention of 5th October 1961. For those countries that have signed The Hague Convention the only form of legalisation required is the Apostille.
When our services may be required:
- To authorise documents and information that will be used in foreign countries;
- To legalise certain corporate documents;
- To translate documents for use abroad;
- If you deal with business overseas;
Our highly skilled multilingual team offers a translation service of any type of legal document from and into the following languages:
We will then notarise and legalise the translation as true and faithful and effectively, you will be able to use it everywhere in the world for any legal purpose.
We can arrange for the following documents to be drafted, notarised directly in the above-said languages and legalised for you:
- Powers of attorney, written resolutions and minutes;
- Certificates of good standing and change of name;
- Provision of certified copies;
- Verifying translations from foreign languages to English and vice versa;
- Deeds and agreements (with translation where appropriate);
- Attesting the signature and execution of documents;
Our fees are highly competitive and we aim to deliver all documents back to you the same day.