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A translation by a translator who holds a license from the Ministry of Justice of the UAE is known as legal translation. Besides legal translators, they are also known as certified translators, sworn-in-translators, authorized translators, etc.
The translation is done in a prescribed format. The legal translation must be on the letterhead of the legal translation company. He must attach the translation with a copy of the original and seal it together. It must bear the stamp of the legal translator. This stamp is a verified stamp from the Ministry of Justice. The stamp mentions his name and other details. The legal translation becomes void if anyone breaks or tampers the seal. He must put his signature and stamp on all the pages of the translation and the attached copies of the original. The translator must mention a standard declaration at the bottom of every page. The translation company must ensure all the formalities are observed as per the law. These are the rules and specifications of Legal Translation in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm Al Quwain.