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    Hi. I need some help. I have to translate into Spanish a 'Certificate of Existence' from Montreal and I can't find the right equivalent for this Standard Formula "Solenmy declared before me in Montréal..."
    If you could give me any sugestions i would really appreciate it.
    Thanks!

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    Hi!!!

    A possible translation into Spanish could be "declaró bajo juramento ante mi, en Montreal..."

    Just a suggestion!!! Hope it helps!!!

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    Hi!! I would say: "Declarado bajo juramento ante mí en Montreal". However, if you provide more context, a better option could be suggested.

    Hope it helps!
    Guadalupe

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