Translation projects

Specialist translation in law, media and PR, commerce and marketing, engineering and IT, Other references

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Interpreting

Interpreting at courts and notarial offices, Business interpreting, Interpreting at Register Office,

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Why references?

With every purchase, the buyer gives a supplier a credit of trust. However, more often than not the customer does not know on what basis he or she should actually make the decision. When dealing with an industry that one is not well acquainted with, it may become even more difficult to decide on where to buy.

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  • Translations Certified by the Qualified Electronic Signature (QES)

    Certified translations are usually issued as a hardcopy and physically signed and sealed by a sworn translator. However, the qualified electronic signature has been a legally valid alternative to the "classic" certification on paper for some time now. The digital certification is becoming more and more popular.

  • Was haben Urkundenübersetzer und Notare gemeinsam?

    Die primäre Aufgabe eines Ermächtigten Urkundenübersetzers besteht darin, beglaubigte bzw. bestätigte Übersetzungen von Schriftstücken für amtliche und gerichtliche Zwecke zu erstellen. Solche Übersetzungen werden ähnlich wie notarielle Urkunden mit Bescheinigungsvermerk, Siegel und Unterschrift versehen.

  • Dolmetscher beim Immobilienkauf

    Immobilien in Deutschland werden immer häufiger von ausländischen Käufern erworben. Sobald der Notartermin oder das Beratungsgespräch bei der Bank naht, wird es kritisch: Alle Inhalte müssen verstanden werden, was an der Sprachbarriere scheitern kann. Sie brauchen in diesem Fall einen professionellen Dolmetscher, der die entsprechende Qualifikation und Fachkenntnis mitbringt. Bei englisch- und polnischsprachigen Käufern sind Sie bei mir richtig!