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Are There Any Requirements on the Chinese Translation?- Service of Process and Hague Service Convention Series (6)-CTD 101 Series

Sat, 25 Feb 2023
Contributors: Meng Yu 余萌
Editor: C. J. Observer

No, as long as it is accurate and credible.

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However, to ensure a stable and fare good Chinese translation, it is suggested that the judicial documents be translated by the ILCC itself, while the translation fees are to be borne by the Forwarding Party.

Source: Ministry of Justice of the People’s Republic of China, the Most Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (posted on HCCH), available at https://www.hcch.net/en/states/authorities/details3/?aid=243.

 

 

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