A court interpreter translates documents and with his/her seal and signature, he/she guarantees that they are identical to the original document and thereby makes the translation legally valid.
Translations certified by a certified court interpreter can include translations of personal documents (birth and marriage certificates, school diplomas, school transcripts, etc.), translations of legal and court documents (cooperation agreements, complaints, decrees, decisions, minutes, etc.), translations of technical documentation (especially important for issuance of certificates from the competent state institutions), translations of medical and pharmaceutical documentation, other profession-specific texts, and the like.
A court interpreter must guarantee complete confidentiality for all of his/her translations.
You can find lists of certified court interpreters at: