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11:06 Apr 7, 2004
French to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / financial transactions
Thanks Cecilia. BTW, we were talking about you a couple of weeks ago... when I was hanging out w/Kathy M. in Valencia... she told me she met you in Barcelona... 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
Thanks Akos. I suspect, however, that the whole term is engagements de signatures.
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Explanation: It would appear to mean simply a signature, in this context, but if it makes more sense to you, you could try "authorisation" even though the French word means exactly the same as English, without ambiguity.
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Explanation: Hi Marian,
The signatures may be replaced by "garanties", according to law, that's why they're lumped together: