Our specialised legally qualified associates and lawyers ensure that the correct legal terms are used in our legal translations, and that all the translated texts give a completely clear and correct rendition of the original document. In particular we can translate entries in the Government Gazette, Articles of Association, lawsuits, legal documents, patents, European Union documents, legal correspondence, securities, summonses, proxies, presidential decrees, circulars and arbitration papers.

The confidentiality agreements signed by all our translators ensure that the content of your documents and personal data remain completely confidential.

Multitranslation’s highly experienced partners analyse and index legal terms. This ensures our translations are very high quality and are extremely accurate and also enables us to create a specific terminology base for each of our clients.

The lawyers who work with us can certify any document under Article 53 of the Lawyers Association Code.

  • Corporate Agreements and Contracts
  • Company Establishment Documents
  • Court Proceedings
  • Mergers
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Commercial Property Rights
  • Private Contracts
  • Private Agreements
  • Confidentiality Contracts
  • Industrial Property Rights
  • Contracts
  • Legal Correspondence
  • Lawsuits
  • Power of Attorney
  • Ministerial Decisions
  • Minutes of Board of Directors’ Meetings
  • Minutes of Court Proceedings
  • Regulations
  • Witness Statements
  • Laws
  • Credit Notes
  • Disclaimers
  • Arbitration Documents
  • Government Agreements and Contracts
  • Certificates
  • Declarations
  • Court Summons
  • Articles of Association
  • Court Petitions
  • Immigration Papers
  • Bond Purchases
  • Bond Offers
  • Patent Registration Papers
  • Circulars
  • Presidential Decrees
  • Bankruptcy Documents
  • Wills
  • Court Decisions
  • Trademarks
  • Licenses

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