What is an apostille?

An Apostle is a certificate that certifies the competence of the person who signs the document and makes a national public document of one country available to a foreign country that is a party to the relevant international convention (the list of the convicted states can be consulted on the convention website http://www.hcch.net/index_en.php? act = conventions.authorities & cid = 41).

Only notaries draw up public documents for the Republic of Estonia. A notary cannot certify with an apostille a document that he has certified or authenticated.

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