Do You Know When You Are Required to Use Translated Legal Documents? Posted on Jan 26, 2021
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Many states have requirements that protect consumers whose primary language is not English. Frequently, states require that legal documents are provided in the same language as a consumer’s primary language.
Under California law, a vast range of consumer contracts must be provided in translated form if they are negotiated in Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, or Korean—the five most common non-English languages spoken in California.