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|Greek term or phrase: ΟΡTΗ ΕΠΑΝΑΛΗΨΗ|
|ΟΡTΗ ΕΠΑΝΑΛΗΨΗ is a phrase sometimes seen at the top of certificates, licences etc. (in this case, on a hotel licence).|
Does it mean that it's a re-issue, as distinct from renewal, of the document? or is it a renewal which is certified correct?
Do you know an equivalent phrase in English?
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Or corrected re-issue.
The meaning of the phrase, especially for documents (certificates, licences, call for tenders, etc), is that either there was an error in the original issue of the document (typo, spelling, etc) or it was phrased wrong, so that it was unclear and nobody could understand its content.
I don't know if the phrase "correct repetition" applies for legal documents (I have never seen or heard of it). I would simply use correction or corrected re-issue, re-submission, etc.
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