Putting the Equality and Quality into Interpreting and Translation

What is a notarised translation?

Notarised: is where the translator affirms before a notary public that the translation is faithful to the original. Notarised translations are usually for the purpose of making them ‘official’ for overseas use and for providing accountability in terms of the translator’s details. The Notary’s signature cannot endorse the quality of the translation, unless that is done by a DPSI or CIOL translator