Public documents - Scotland
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Article 24(1)(a) - languages accepted by the Member State for the public documents to be presented to its authorities pursuant to point (a) of Article 6(1)
Article 24(1)(b) – an indicative list of public documents falling within the scope of this Regulation
Certificate of Life
Capacity to Marry (Certificate of No Impediment)
Decree of Divorce
Declarator of nullity (marriage)
Judicial Separation order (marriage)
Certificate of Civil Partnership
Decree of dissolution of civil partnership
Declarator of nullity (civil partnership)
Court declarators of parentage / non-parentage
Article 24(1)(c) – the list of public documents to which multilingual standard forms may be attached as a suitable translation aid
Capacity to marry (Certificate of No Impediment)Certificate of civil partnership
Article 24(1)(e) – an indicative list of types of authorities empowered by national law to make certified copies
These are the same as those authorities issuing original documents - e.g. National Records of Scotland.
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Last update: 13/02/2020