There is a thread on this forum dedicated to www.gsgeorgieva.co.uk and all the users who have posted there think they are great.LUCI wrote:www.gsgeorgieva.co.uk - they have an office in Sofia and I think it is Todor Rachinski there who speaks fluent English
You can sign documents in English and have them translated into Bulgarian. When a contract has the bulgarian version on the left of the page and the english version on the right and both versions are signed then of course the Bulgarian version is going to take precident. Just don't do it. There is extra cost in getting translators involved but at least you have signed what you can read.indesec wrote:I`m wondering how you can only sign documents in English, In law, the countries language takes precedence.
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