Legal translators/interpreters


This section helps you find a legal translator or interpreter in Estonia.

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How to find a legal translator in Estonia

The Estonian register of sworn translators provides information on sworn translators and their contact details.

The register is owned and maintained by the Estonian Ministry of Justice.

Is access to the register of translators free of charge?

Yes, access to the register is free of charge.

How to search for a legal translator

There is no special way of searching for translators. The Ministry of Justice website gives a list of translation languages to choose from. Once you have chosen the language you require, you will be directed to the names and contact details of translators qualified to translate to and from that language.

Last update: 13/08/2019

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