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composizione collegiale

English translation: sitting en banc (AE); as a unified bench (BE)

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Italian term or phrase:composizione collegiale
English translation:sitting en banc (AE); as a unified bench (BE)
Entered by: Francesca Battaglia
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21:07 Nov 29, 2004
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / Law court
Italian term or phrase: composizione collegiale
decreto di giudizio immediato
Francesca Battaglia
Italy
Local time: 12:44
sitting en banc (AE); as a unified bench (BE)
Explanation:
Same question as just now - so almost the same answer

Usually en banc refers to an appellate court and is commoner in in AE than BE.
I notice this Ital. term usually does not refer to the appellate courts. Difficult to cross-check as I can't find an Ital. trans. for en banc -sometimes spelt in the US 'en bank'.

'EN BANC - Fr. "by the full court" "in the bench" or "full bench." When all the members of an appellate court hear an argument, they are sitting en banc. ... '




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xxxKirstyMacC
Local time: 11:44
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thanks :) the link was very helpful too!!!
francesca
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sitting en banc (AE); as a unified bench (BE)


Explanation:
Same question as just now - so almost the same answer

Usually en banc refers to an appellate court and is commoner in in AE than BE.
I notice this Ital. term usually does not refer to the appellate courts. Difficult to cross-check as I can't find an Ital. trans. for en banc -sometimes spelt in the US 'en bank'.

'EN BANC - Fr. "by the full court" "in the bench" or "full bench." When all the members of an appellate court hear an argument, they are sitting en banc. ... '







    Reference: http://www.lectlaw.com/def/e015.htm
xxxKirstyMacC
Local time: 11:44
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 91
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thanks :) the link was very helpful too!!!
francesca
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