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16:31 May 24, 2005
Spanish to English translations [PRO] Law/Patents - Law (general)
Spanish term or phrase:IN-8
Context: Spanish courts (Spain) > UK English
References to courts often include an indication of what they were formerly known as. I have:
Juzgado Instrucción 3 Tarragona (antiguo IN-8)
I suppose the IN stands for Instrución again (ie, Juzgado de Instrución) OR maybe Instancia (Juzgado de Primera Instancia)
100% certain, no. That is why I put "4". However, given the context, the fact that it uses "antiguo" before "IN-8", and what precedes, I believe my answer is very logical. Nothing in tihe context indicates the stage of the proceeding ("instancia").