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|Spanish term or phrase: negocio juridico|
|Venezuelan law, |
THis terms has come up in the interpretation of a contract.
Discussing the legal status of a collective bargaining agreement.
The collective bargaining agreement is not a law, because it is promoted by the industry and not by the govt..
This terms, negocio juridico is the stage prior to the contract, sort of a negotiation stage...
One translation offered was legal business but my client didn-t like this term..
Any help greatly appreciated
I hope it may be helpful: www.imprensa.macau.gov.mo/bo/i/99/31/codcomen/
Other difficulties arise from the use traditionally made in Roman-German legal systems of very abstract concepts, which then are divided and subdivided; for example, a share is a kind of company part (parte social) and a contract is a type of legal transaction (negócio jurídico).
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willfull and licit acts or transactions
The expression "Negocio Jurídico" is mostly used in the legislation in Germany and Italy, for example. In Latin América we use " Acto Jurídico". They are, in general terms, equivalent, encompassing willfull and licit acts.
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legal dealing (stage)
If you want to score 'points', use construe/ construction of the contract. Though a fluid distinction, not even followed by UK judges who invert the terms, laws are interpreted, whilst contracts and deeds are construed - if ncessary by using 'a construction summons' in the London High Court.
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