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09:26 Oct 17, 2002
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: ....la exclusión en derecho, encarnada en sujetos...
se dara entonces "una situacion que denominamos la exclusion en derecho, encarnada en sujetos que a partir de ciertos hechos quedan marginados,excluidos de la utilizacion de la herramienta "ordenamiento jurídico"en diversos aspectos"
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5 +1deprivation of rights, embodied in individuals
Valentín Hernández Lima
4exclusionManuel Cedeño Berrueta
3lack of free access to law/ to a judgeMaricica W.


  

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lack of free access to law/ to a judge


Explanation:


http://www.infolaw.co.uk/ifl/articles/sj0003.htm
BAILII, the British and Irish Legal Information Institute Pilot Service at www.bailii.org, is the first web site to provide free access to case law and legislation from numerous British and Irish courts and legislatures, with a single search engine and uniform


http://www.nyu.edu/classes/keefer/com/krausc.html
Last, when an inmate files a lawsuit, they must be given free access to a judge, so that if any retaliation or harassment is attempted, it will affect the outcome of the case. This access should not be censored or recorded unless the inmate wishes it to be.

HTH


    Reference: http://www.infolaw.co.uk/ifl/articles/sj0003.htm
    Reference: http://www.nyu.edu/classes/keefer/com/krausc.html
Maricica W.
Native speaker of: Native in RomanianRomanian
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deprivation of rights, embodied in individuals


Explanation:
You can find many "deprivation of rights" examples, please consider the following ones:

(1)
§ 3800.33. Prohibition against deprivation of rights.
(a) A child may not be deprived of specific or civil rights.

(b) A child’s rights may not be used as a reward or sanction.

(c) A child’s visits with family may not be used as a reward or sanction.

(2)
Complaint under §1983 for Deprivation of Civil Rights, §1985(3) for Conspiracy, Common-Law Conspiracy and Emotional Distress

Glad to be helpful, if I was!

Val


    Reference: http://www.pacode.com/secure/data/055/chapter3800/s3800.33.h...
    Reference: http://www.falseallegations.com/drano74-pseudonyms-complaint...
Valentín Hernández Lima
Spain
Local time: 18:51
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 1336

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agree  Rosa Garcia: mrsrag1981
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exclusion


Explanation:
a situation referred to as “exclusion” in Law, embodied in individuals…

Verónica’s option is a good description of this kind of exclusion.

The following links are examples of the use of the word in some contexts:

Despite its ubiquity in law, the public/private dichotomy has come under severe criticism in American critical legal theory. Some critical legal scholars argue that this dichotomy masks the impunity of power relations in spaces cast as "private" (e.g. the family), even as it allows government overreaching and intrusiveness in social spaces or relations cast as "public." Others argue that the dichotomy serves to rationalize the exclusion and subordination of women and sexual minorities, both in public and in private. Finally, the fragmentation of international law and legal regimes into private and public creates substantial problems when "public" international is cast as "soft" law without any compulsory impact on sovereign states, while "private" international law is made binding and in many cases dominant over domestic laws of states.

The purpose of this panel is to invite comparative analysis and exchange between LatCrit scholars and Spanish legal scholars on the way the public/private distinction organizes legal forms, institutions and procedures in the different legal systems, and the impact of these legal forms on the objectives of equality and increasing respect for the social and economic rights of vulnerable groups.:
http://personal.law.miami.edu/~fvaldes/latcrit/spain/latspai...

lutte contre l'exclusion
fight against exclusion
lucha contra la marginalización
:http://www.alliance21.org/forums/d_read/babel/lexicon/lexico...

This dualized social world legitimized women’s exclusion from public debate and from institutional decision making. In addition to exclusion, modernity although emancipatory in other terrain, ended up by assigning a devalued or invisible role to the private sphere. Thus, this process surreptitiously assigned subordinate positions to women with reference to those of men (Wills, 1999). Seen in this historical context, gender assumes a wholly political nature. It attempts to reveal and transform the arrangements under which social relations are produced and in which women are still subordinated or excluded from power due to their sex.:
http://www.ids.ac.uk/ids/civsoc/final/colum/colfem.doc

Good luck.

Manuel
mcedenoberrueta@cedenocarpio.com


Manuel Cedeño Berrueta
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