Legal translations

Dutch Legal translations Amsterdam, Netherlands

In the field of legal translation, precision and rigour are the key words. In fact, with regard to translations of contracts, articles of association, execution copies of judgments, bankruptcy statements, GTCs and other contractual and legal documents, it is necessary, more than for any other type of document, to entrust them to experts in translation and the law.

 

A team of legal professionals

This is why your legal translations are entrusted to a team of specialised translators who have studied law or have many years of experience in this field. Some of Traducta's legal translators are also foreign lawyers registered in the bars of the countries of the target language.

They therefore perfectly master the terminology specific to the sector, but also the standards and various regulations in force in the country of the targeted language.

Our team of legal translators translate your documents into their mother tongue and guarantee that your original document is treated with precision, respect and the utmost confidentiality. 

 

Legal translation: precision work

Our translators are experts in the legal and contractual fields of the target language, which allows us to deliver a document translated from both a linguistic and legal point of view. The nuances of law in each country are important and each word must find its precise place without changing the meaning.

Thus, legal translation in English requires knowledge of the subtleties of the English language, but also a thorough knowledge of English law. Indeed, each subtlety and nuance of language is of paramount importance here.

Our translators do all the necessary research in terms of contract methodology, legal terminology and concepts so that the final document is translated and transcribed reliably and accurately, allowing you to use it and disseminate it with confidence.

 

Our fields of specialisation:

  • Contracts
  • General Terms and Conditions (GTC)
  • Certificates
  • Agreements
  • Joint Ventures
  • Court rulings
  • Letters of intent
  • Abstracts
  • Commercial invoices
  • Authorisation documents
  • Legal releases
  • Complaints
  • Tax forms
  • Work permits
  • Declarations
  • Other documentation