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|French to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|French term or phrase: Certificat de bonnes conduite, vie et moeurs|
|It's the name of certificate. Don't know how it's better to translate it. There are the following points:|
Condamnations criminelles, Condamnations correctionnelles, Condamnations de police, Observations, etc.
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Certificate of good conduct, life and manners/morals
This is a literal translation
| Mats Wiman|
Local time: 11:01
Native speaker of: Swedish
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Criminal Record Certificate
This is not quite the same as the original, but I don't think Anglo-saxon countries are much interested in Napoleonian bureaucratese.
Many Google hits for this translation, this is one: