SWORN TO COURT INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS
WE TRANSLATE AND CERTIFY DOCS IN GREAT NUMBER OF LANGUAGES OF THE WORLD.
WHO ACTS AS A SWORN TO COURT TRANSLATOR?
Sworn to Court Interpreters, or as the newest Regulation on Permanent Court Interpreters of the Ministry of Justice states: A Sworn to Court Translator, is a person with high education who fulfills the legislative conditions prescribed by the law for becoming an employee of the state service. Thus, every Sworn to Court Translator must receive separate appointment decision, issued by the Ministry of Justice.
The Sworn to Court Translators are authorized by the competent court through entering into the court registry, which is necessary for any stamp of the Sworn to Court Interpreter to be valid.
By this procedure, Interpreters acquire the right to issue certified translations and they claim that the translation is corresponding to the original by putting their stamp and signature. Therefore, it is pretty much advised to check this stamp validation after you receive your translated and certified documentation to be on the safe side.
WHO USES THE SERVICES OF A COURT TRANSLATOR?
Translators have an important role in all the processes that citizens can conduct before various state institutions, then in public companies, as well as all state institutions that participate in international cooperation. This can be from the areas such as economy, international politics or cooperation of different institutions.
The Sworn to Court Translator is, therefore, a language professional for the foreign language for which he has been appointed, and whose services are used by citizens, legal entities, civil services and courts for various purposes. It is important to note that the Sworn to Court Translator is obliged to accept any invitation from the competent court, and thus define the price list for their services. Also, the Sworn to Court Translator is free to choose the documents that he would translate or to choose an assignment that he will accept from individuals and companies, and he, too, is free to define the price of translation for individuals and companies at his own will, i.e., at the market prices.
IMPORTANT NOTE: In order to begin with the translation of your documentation, we need to provide the Sworn to Court Translator your name, address, ID card or passport number, in order to be entered in the court translator’s register.