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A sworn translation?
A sworn translation?

When do I need a sworn translation?

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Written by Jeroen De Smet
Updated over a week ago

For legal reasons, it is sometimes necessary to have a sworn translation. This means that a translator who is sworn in at a court places their stamp and signature on their translation. A sworn translation is sufficient for documents which are used for a contract or in a relationship between private individuals or companies. For the partner who speaks a different language, it guarantees the accuracy of the translated document. Oneliner has in-house sworn translators for all combinations of Dutch, French, English, Spanish, German and Italian, but of course we can also provide sworn translations in other language combinations.

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