Find a legal translator or an interpreter - Belgium
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Here you will find information on the search for an interpreter that can be used in court or translator proceedings, possibly through an official website.
How do I find a translator in Belgium?
To date, Belgium has two official central databases, one for judicial experts and the other for translators, interpreters and interpreters.
These were established by the Law of 10 April 2014.
Their official names are as follows:
- The National Register of Judicial Experts
- The national register of translators, interpreters and translators/interpreters
The law entered into force on 1 December 2016.
Since 15 June 2017, these registers are open to the services of the judiciary. This means that the registries and prosecutor’s offices will no longer hold lists of court experts or translators/interpreters.
At a later stage, the police will also have access to these registers.
In the long term, this register will be available to everyone on the website of the Federal Public Service Justice.
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Last update: 23/08/2019