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Henry Hinds United States Local time: 18:02 Native speaker of: English, Spanish PRO pts in pair: 16449
2 hrs confidence: peer agreement (net): +1
en justa equidad
Explanation: Equity means when a case is (or should be) decided on fairnes and not on strict rules of law, much les on written laws or statutes. Therefore, a great many present-day jurists argue that you cannot say "equity law". It is a difficult concept to describe. The essence of it is that the logic of the moment and of the place, and the innate equality of all those in conflict, should prevail above the law as written. In Spanish the term has little use. But the phrase "en justa equidad" effectively brings forth the concept as meant in an English-language document and its translation.
Herman Vilella Local time: 02:02 Native speaker of: English, Spanish PRO pts in pair: 531