Law is a set of different rules that govern the most important relationships in a country or society. The rules are published in the official publication of the country. In democratic countries, rules are shaped by the people through a representative body (parliament). However, the effectiveness of the rules is ensured by the state and the local community through their institutions, such as the courts, the police, the prosecutor’s office, the administrative authorities and the executive authorities.
Translating legal texts is a very demanding activity that requires the translator to have specific knowledge of legal terminology that varies from country to country.
Legal Translation Services are often equated with certified translations, although this is not completely identical. Translations of various statutes, contracts, authorisations and other legal texts do not require judicial certification. You can read more about certified translations here.