Apostille and legalization, translation and execution of documents
19 march 2017, 23:17
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Documents issued on the territory of one state can be used on the territory of another state only after their corresponding ID, unless otherwise stipulated by international treaties which participants are the States.
The most widespread 2 method of identification of documents - consular legalization and apostil.
The difference is that consular legalization is a more lengthy procedure and requires making a large number of legal actions in various institutions of the Republic of Belarus and the state where you will use the document.
International treaties provide for more simplified procedure for registration of documents. So the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 negate the requirement of consular legalization and apostille of documents for use on the territory of a state party to the Hague Convention. To authenticate the document you need the apostille and legalization by the competent authority of the state. The documents affixed a special stamp certifying the authenticity of the signature of the person signing the document his position and the identity of the seal or stamp which the document bears the Convention establishes a form of apostille stamp in the form of a square measuring at least 9 X 9 cm.
Along with legalization there are agreements between States on mutual legal assistance in the cases of the Treaty, legalization is not required.
The right apostille in the Republic of Belarus have
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Certificate of state registration of a commercial organization issued by Minsk city Executive Committee № 190619247 26 April 2005.
The decision of Minsk city Executive Committee No. 680 of April 21, 2005.
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