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Thread poster: xxxLe Loriot
xxxLe Loriot
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Jul 9, 2004

Looking for a (vast) glossary of EN>FR terms and various examples of contracts in both languages.

thanks in advance!

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Sergei Tumanov  Identity Verified
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visit this site Jul 10, 2004

http://www.bimco.org/Home/Corporate%20Area/Documents/Document%20samples.aspx

maritme documents, charter parties in English.

I hope it helps.


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Monique Laville  Identity Verified
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I am quite sure Jul 10, 2004

that you will find what you are looking for in the following links:

Jurisint


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konan
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Search and never stop it !!! Jul 13, 2004

I think this is available for everybody who is looking for the real knowledge. So it is a must for you to search different kinds of terminologies that help each translator and learner.


Regards,

Mohamme O. Al Homaidi


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xxxLe Loriot
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? Jul 13, 2004

Thanks for the advice; I was actually looking for examples. Do not hesitate to exchange your "real knowledge".

ciao Learner








konan wrote:

I think this is available for everybody who is looking for the real knowledge. So it is a must for you to search different kinds of terminologies that help each translator and learner.


Regards,

Mohamme O. Al Homaidi


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Rita Cavaiani  Identity Verified
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for terminology Jul 17, 2004

Hello,

Termium http://www.termium.com has probably the largest database of legal terms En-Fr-En for common law and droit civil.
You may also want to check the following glossaries:
http://www.uottawa.ca/associations/ctdj/lexfed/calefed.htm
which is Canadian and
http://www.legamedia.net/lx/result/match/32811822558213a1c602c76538/index.php
which is European and in several languages

I hope it helps
Rita


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xxxLe Loriot
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merci Jul 18, 2004

Rita Cavaiani wrote:

Hello,

Termium http://www.termium.com has probably the largest database of legal terms En-Fr-En for common law and droit civil.
You may also want to check the following glossaries:
http://www.uottawa.ca/associations/ctdj/lexfed/calefed.htm
which is Canadian and
http://www.legamedia.net/lx/result/match/32811822558213a1c602c76538/index.php
which is European and in several languages

I hope it helps
Rita



merci beaucoup!
thanks for this information; it 'll help for sure:)


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