Stämplar dokument

Certified translations

If you’re setting up a foreign subsidiary or involved in international litigation, you might need to submit a certified translation (as defined in the relevant jurisdiction) of your supporting documents. Not a problem! We can hook you up with a qualified and impartial translator, accredited by the relevant authority, who can translate, certify and stamp your documents.

Your guarantee of impartiality

Exacta has an extensive network of translators who are certified by the Swedish authorities, as well as contacts in other countries that may enable us to arrange foreign certification on request. If you choose to work with us, we’ll help you obtain translated documents that are fit for purpose.

Notarization – authentication by a Swedish notary public

Authentication means that the notary witnesses the translator’s signature and confirms that the translator truly is a certified translator under Swedish law.

Legalization by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and embassy

Legalization certifies that a signature, stamp or seal on a Swedish document is genuine, and that the signatory is authorized to sign in the stated capacity. Legalization is performed by the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, or in exceptional cases by a Swedish embassy. Usually it also has to be validated by the embassy or consulate in Sweden representing the country where the translation is to be used.


In countries that are party to the Hague Convention, the document does not have to be validated by a consulate, and an apostille issued by a notary public is sufficient. By affixing an apostille to a translation, a notary public verifies who has translated the document and certifies that the translator is duly authorized to perform this type of translation. In Sweden, only notaries public can issue an apostille.

Certified translations to keep the bureaucrats happy

Contact Exacta Translations for certified translations that make your case convincingly.

  • Terms of business
  • General terms and conditions
  • Agreements
  • Articles of incorporation/association
  • Registration certificates
  • Judgments
  • Petitions
  • Contracts
  • Purchase agreements
  • Leases
  • Minutes