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Joint Motion and Consent Order

Turkish translation: Ortak önerge ve sulh kararı

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English term or phrase:Joint motion and consent order
Turkish translation:Ortak önerge ve sulh kararı
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14:39 Jun 11, 2002
English to Turkish translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: Joint Motion and Consent Order
Court documents
TurkishEnglish.com Inc.
United States
Sulh kararı/emri
Explanation:
Consent Order: Davanın Sulhen/ uyuşma/uzlaşma ile sonuçlanması.
Joint motion : Mahkemeye birlikte/anlaşarak başvuru



Many court actions are settled by agreement before they are decided in the court. Most of these agreements are embodied as contracts, but in some complex matters—most often in family cases—they are made into a consent order. This states what is agreed, and is approved by the court, so that it can be enforced as though it were an order made after the court’s decision

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This document is intended for those who wish to submit for homologation a joint motion for exemption according to section 3 of the Act to facilitate the payment of support.

You may file a joint application when you and your spouse or ex-spouse agree on all the issues involved in the proceeding. You may, by filing a motion and documents according to the provisions set forth in this document, ask the special clerk of the Superior Court to homologate your agreement if it complies with the law, without being required to appear for a Court hearing
www.justice.gouv.qc.ca/anglais/publication/ public/requete-a.htm - 24k
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1964
Turkey
Local time: 18:27
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Sulh kararı/emri


Explanation:
Consent Order: Davanın Sulhen/ uyuşma/uzlaşma ile sonuçlanması.
Joint motion : Mahkemeye birlikte/anlaşarak başvuru



Many court actions are settled by agreement before they are decided in the court. Most of these agreements are embodied as contracts, but in some complex matters—most often in family cases—they are made into a consent order. This states what is agreed, and is approved by the court, so that it can be enforced as though it were an order made after the court’s decision

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This document is intended for those who wish to submit for homologation a joint motion for exemption according to section 3 of the Act to facilitate the payment of support.

You may file a joint application when you and your spouse or ex-spouse agree on all the issues involved in the proceeding. You may, by filing a motion and documents according to the provisions set forth in this document, ask the special clerk of the Superior Court to homologate your agreement if it complies with the law, without being required to appear for a Court hearing
www.justice.gouv.qc.ca/anglais/publication/ public/requete-a.htm - 24k


1964
Turkey
Local time: 18:27
Native speaker of: Native in TurkishTurkish
PRO pts in pair: 718
Grading comment
Çok müteşekkiriz. İyi çalışmalar.

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