Notarial - Hague Convention

A number of countries are signatories to the Hague Convention and as such only require legalisation in the form of an apostille which contains standardised information by the officially nominated body of a state, allowing the information to be understood by all participating countries regardless of the official language of the issuing country. The completed apostille form certifies the authenticity of the signature on the documents, the capacity in which the person signing the documents has acted, and identifies the seal and/or stamp that the document bears.