How to find a legal translator or interpreter in Austria
The Austrian Federal Ministry of Justice maintains a list (the Gerichtsdolmetscherliste) of court interpreters who have shown that they satisfy certain legal requirements (such as the possession of adequate specialised knowledge) and who have taken an oath and been certified by the courts.
This list can be accessed via the website JustizOnline, the digital information service of the Austrian judicial system (justizonline.gv.at). A targeted search for interpreters can be performed based on set criteria. Is access to the list of court interpreters free of charge?
The website JustizOnline is publicly available and access is free of charge.
How to search for a court translator in Austria
From JustizOnline translators and interpreters can be found using the following search criteria:
- province, and
- court district.
A full text search allows for a more targeted search of the list, e.g. based on specialisations indicated by the court interpreters.
Is access to the translator database free of charge?
The website is publicly available and access is free of charge.
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