The signed confirmation of a Notary Public authorised in Switzerland that a translation has been made by a translation agency or by a translator recognised in Switzerland. This process requires the personal appearance of the translator before the certifying notary in order to certify the translator’s signature.
In this way, a translation which has been made in Switzerland and certified by a Notary Public authorised in Switzerland is officially recognised throughout Switzerland.
A notarised translation confirms that it is a true translation. This certification is made by a notary, in some cantons by it may also be made by the Cantonal Administrative Office.