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"Va" in a marginal note.

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21:39 Mar 30, 2008
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Spanish term or phrase: "Va" in a marginal note.
Marginal notations in an "escritura publica":
Nota No. 4 Poder inscrito bajo No. ___ "va" No. 71, Tomo 21...
Does "va" mean acceptable? Or that the entry goes in no. 71?
Any help would be appreciated.
Ann
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GillW (MCIL)


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Agreed


Explanation:
only a guess; it could also be short for 'valido' or something similar

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Asker: "Valido" would seem to be a good bet, too. Thanks.

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