What is an Apostille Certificate?
An Apostille stamp or an Apostille Certificate is an official certificate issued to documents so that they can be recognised and used in member states and countries. The Apostille Certificate confirms that the document is genuine so that it can be accepted when used in another country.
The Apostille Certificate is the result of a Hague Convention which abolished the requirement for the legalisation of foreign documents. The Hague Conference on Private International Law is an intergovernmental organisation in the area if the private international law whose purpose is to develop and administer several international conventions and protocols in order to simplify cross border laws.
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Legal documents are very important for any individual because of their general use. Legal documents serve as official papers that an individual or a corporation can use for whatever legal means necessary for them. Documents vary from individual to a corporation.