Tunisia and Bolivia have become contracting parties to the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents, the so called Apostille Convention:
|Ratification||Entry into force|
|TUNISIA||10 July 2017||30 March 2018|
|BOLIVIA||6 September 2017||7 May 2018|
As the Apostille Convention has entered into force, the Italian documents to be used in Tunisia and in Bolivia shall be now legalised by means of Apostille by the competent Italian authorities:
- ➢ notarial, judicial and court documents shall get the Apostille by the competente: the Public Prosecutor at the courts in the jurisdiction in which the documents were issued;
- ➢ in the case of all other administrative documents provided for in the Convention: the Prefecture Office with provincial competence upon the place of issuing.
The updated list of the contracting countries to the Apositlle Convention is available on the website of the Hague Convention, under the Apostille Section: https://www.hcch.net/en/instruments/conventions/status-table/?cid=41