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LEGALISING OR APOSTILLING A DOCUMENT

Many documents for use in Spain need to legalised or apostilled in accordance with the Hague Convention of 1961. The fee charged by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office is currently £28.80.

It is virtually unheard of for clients to ask Anglo-Spanish Law only to legalise a document. Normally, there is some other work that needs doing, such as, for example, draft a Spanish power of attorney or prepare a Spanish Will. For more information, please click on the relevant link.

If, unusually, only legalisation is required, then the fees and disbursements of Anglo-Spanish Law depend on how quickly the job needs to be done. Assuming that the job needs to be done quickly, (ie with a turn around time of approximately one week), the cost in fees and disbursements is £100.00.

 

 

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