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TS.SS

English translation: Supreme Court Judgments

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Spanish term or phrase:TS.SS
English translation:Supreme Court Judgments
Entered by: Cinnamon Nolan
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09:40 Jul 3, 2007
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Law/Patents - Law: Patents, Trademarks, Copyright
Spanish term or phrase: TS.SS
"TS.SS 3, 13, 20 y 26 feb. 75"

Giving case law to support a point in an appeal on trademark issues.
Cinnamon Nolan
Spain
Local time: 17:14
Supreme Court Judgments
Explanation:
usually refers to "sentencias del Tribunal Supremo"
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Rebecca Jowers
Spain
Local time: 17:14
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Thanks to you all for your help.
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Supreme Court Judgments


Explanation:
usually refers to "sentencias del Tribunal Supremo"

Rebecca Jowers
Spain
Local time: 17:14
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Thanks to you all for your help.

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agree  Sheilann: Exactly. Although the full stop isn't usually used "SSTS".
1 min
  -> Thanks Sheilann

agree  Michael Powers (PhD): Rebecca is right regarding the translation of "sentencias" as "judgments" although "rulings" can be used also; however, don't use "sentences" (which Rebecca did not use) since that is a deceptive cognate of course. - Mike :)
5 mins
  -> Thanks Mike ("sentencias" = "judgments" for Spain)

agree  Maria Garcia
55 mins
  -> Gracias María
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