Commercial certificate is a kind of non educational certificate, which required in the field of business. Commercial certificate Apostille is a necessary need in all Hague convention countries. Apostille, a legal verification process conducted by a mandatory authority and they issue Apostille by attaching a stamp/ seal/ signature to the document. Once you got a commercial certificate Apostille your certificate will accept anywhere in that particular country. To obtain a valid commercial certificate you have to apply in your home country first. Commercial certificate is a personal document issued by a designated authority to show ownership, property details, liability, financial asset etc.. The commercial certificate Apostille is an integral part of international business.
Some important commercial documents are listed below –
- Power of attorney
- Certificate of origin
- Certificate of incorporation, etc..
Some common purposes of commercial certificate Apostille are to give power or authority to sell a property, register or renew any property from the owner to another person, for the transaction of money or any other costly things etc.. Commercial certificate Apostille is a license granted by the government to authorized person/ company/ organization. If a person wants to start a company in a foreign country (which comes under Hague convention), for that he should take a certificate of incorporation with Apostille attestation granted by the government. The applicant should take Apostille attestation from the destination country’s embassy or consulate, which is situated in their home country.
Documents required for commercial certificate Apostille are –
- Passport copy
- Original commercial certificate
Commercial certificate Apostille has a certain validity and it depends upon the destination country where the certificate holder plans to go. Commercial certificate Apostille plays a vital role in international trade. By legal attestation the destination country will happy to accept our certificates are genuine. Countries that are not part of Hague convention comes under attestation.