I understand what you mean Carrie my first translator had lost his ID, we had to wait at the office for another to arrive and confirm the contents, I do not if I am lucky in my transaction or if they now have tightened up the regulations. Mine has been registered and I hope this is enough but part of me always worries.carrie wrote:Yes I know the contract is translated into English and you have a licenced translator fair enough if that is good enough for you but I have heard so many horror stories and they always say BUT we had the documents translated into English AND we had a licenced translator. The licenced translator is quite often a tour guide, any tour guide with an ID that says he/she is an English tour guide is acceptable in the court offices. The level of English offered by the majority of tour guides judging by the tours I have been on, I would no sooner trust them to translate a legal document for me than jump over the moon.
Also the electric and water bills were transferred it would seem that this was more important than the sale contract