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English translation: The Royal Decree on Liabilities Incurred as a Result of Cheque Abuse, B.E. 2534

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Thai term or phrase:พรบ ฺ ความผิดฯ
English translation:The Royal Decree on Liabilities Incurred as a Result of Cheque Abuse, B.E. 2534
Entered by: Ozethai
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03:27 Aug 3, 2004
Thai to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Thai term or phrase: ¾Ãº Ú ¤ÇÒÁ¼Ô´Ï
´Óà¹Ô¹¤Ð´ÕµÒÁ¾ÃºÚ ¤ÇÒÁ¼Ô´Ï Part of a collection letter. I think this means 'proceed under applicable law' unless ¤ÇÒÁ¼Ô´Ï has some special meaning in this phrase.
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Local time: 20:33
Royal Decree on Liability in the Use of Cheque, B.E. 2534 ¾Ãº ¤ÇÒÁ¼Ô´Íѹà¡Ô´¨Ò¡¡ÒÃãªéàªç¤
Explanation:
This is short for ¾Ãº ¤ÇÒÁ¼Ô´Íѹà¡Ô´¨Ò¡¡ÒÃãªéàªç¤, assuming you are translating in the field of finance.




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Other URLs mentioning this ¾Ãº, but without English translation, follow: http://www.meechaithailand.com/meechai/ask/ask10280.html

http://www.judiciary.go.th/leic/26.XLS

http://www.lawyersongkhla.com/index130.html

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Note added at 1 day 4 hrs 40 mins (2004-08-04 08:08:21 GMT)
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Would the American audience be more familiar with:

The Royal Decree on Liabilities Incurred as a Result of Cheque Abuse
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Ozethai
Australia
Local time: 11:33
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Thanks for a valid answer. Elsewhere in text, this abbreviation was given for 'Act Governing Violations Related to Registered Partnerships, Limited Partnerships, Limited Companies, Associations and Foundations of B.E. 2535'.
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5Royal Decree on Liability in the Use of Cheque, B.E. 2534 ¾Ãº ¤ÇÒÁ¼Ô´Íѹà¡Ô´¨Ò¡¡ÒÃãªéàªç¤
Ozethai


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¾Ãº Ú ¤ÇÒÁ¼Ô´Ï
Royal Decree on Liability in the Use of Cheque, B.E. 2534 ¾Ãº ¤ÇÒÁ¼Ô´Íѹà¡Ô´¨Ò¡¡ÒÃãªéàªç¤


Explanation:
This is short for ¾Ãº ¤ÇÒÁ¼Ô´Íѹà¡Ô´¨Ò¡¡ÒÃãªéàªç¤, assuming you are translating in the field of finance.




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Note added at 1 day 1 hr 54 mins (2004-08-04 05:22:34 GMT)
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Other URLs mentioning this ¾Ãº, but without English translation, follow: http://www.meechaithailand.com/meechai/ask/ask10280.html

http://www.judiciary.go.th/leic/26.XLS

http://www.lawyersongkhla.com/index130.html

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Note added at 1 day 4 hrs 40 mins (2004-08-04 08:08:21 GMT)
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Would the American audience be more familiar with:

The Royal Decree on Liabilities Incurred as a Result of Cheque Abuse


    Reference: http://ctlo.com/news_0209.htm
Ozethai
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Local time: 11:33
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Grading comment
Thanks for a valid answer. Elsewhere in text, this abbreviation was given for 'Act Governing Violations Related to Registered Partnerships, Limited Partnerships, Limited Companies, Associations and Foundations of B.E. 2535'.
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