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11:32 Feb 20, 2006
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French to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / legal pleadings
French term or phrase: conclusions de régularisation
This appears in the heading to the document, "conclusions en replique et recapitulatives (de regularisation)", and then again near the beginning of the document:
"Par conclusions d'intervention volontaire, Monsieur ... a souhaite comparaitre separement. Il convient de lui rendre opposable les presentes par voie de conclusions de regularisation".

Does this mean that the submissions are revised so that they apply to this new party, who is now joined to the proceedings, and if so, is there an equivalent term in English?
FMM
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3(as derived from) law-adjusted assumptionsVlad Pappu
3by means of regularizing conclusions/concluding by regularizationAnna Maria Augustine at proZ.com


  

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conclusions de régularisation
by means of regularizing conclusions/concluding by regularization


Explanation:
It means to conclude by sorting things out/putting them in order so there is no specific legal term in English.

Anna Maria Augustine at proZ.com
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conclusions de régularisation
(as derived from) law-adjusted assumptions


Explanation:
"regulariser" bears, in French, a secondary meaning in the legal field "to conformize to the requirements of the law, concordant to the law"|| the term "conclusion" in English is too vague, the French "conclusion" points out to "the corollar of a logic process", which is hardly the case in the dealt context, it is a simple adjustment to law-criteria|| "as derived" is a more effective (unmetaphorized) logical link, in an attempt to "defrench" the English sample text ||

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Note added at 5 hrs (2006-02-20 17:17:32 GMT)
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My demarch aimed to demonstrate on a stylistical level that the inner sense (implied subtextual mentality structures) of the "Code Napoleon" can create confusion for an English speaker, the same terms being evaluated in his mind without the "French mentality asset".

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