Notarial Services EP3 Notarized Translation
A notarized translation happens when a notary certifies that a person who has translated a document confirms to them in person that they have translated the document and that the translated text is correct.
In this case, the notary will certify the event if the translator either, in the presence of the notary, signs an affidavit certifying that they have translated the document or has signed a certified translation in advance and brings the translated document with their signature to the notary for them to see.
The act of notarizing a translation by a notary is an act of certifying any translation-related event that happens in front of the notary, not an act of approving the content or the quality of the translation or the translator.
Therefore, the notary does not need to check the quality of the translation in that document unless it is certain that the translator did not translate the document by themself or the translation is clearly inaccurate.