"(Artículo 1°.-Introdúcense las siguientes modificaciones en el Código de Procedimiento Civil: a) introduce itself, in article 247, below the word"legalized", the expression"or Apostille."."
(b) add the following article 345 bis "article 345 bis.-the public instruments granted in a State party to the Convention of the Hague which abolishes the requirement of legalization of foreign public documents, must not be subject to the procedure of legalisation, if with regard to these Apostilles has been granted by the authority designated by the State that emanates said instrument."
Official certifications that have been settled on private documents, such as terms of registration, checks for the certainty of a date and authentications of signatures, may submit legalized or with Apostilles issued, pursuant to the preceding article and this, respectively. But in these cases the legalization or Apostille be credited only the authenticity of the certification, without conferring the character of public to the instrument.
According to the provisions of the Convention referred to in the first subparagraph, may not confer Apostilles on documents issued by diplomatic or consular agents and administrative documents that relate directly to a commercial or customs operation. "."