Off topic: French legal terminology query
Thread poster: Sophie Duggan

Sophie Duggan
Local time: 22:05
French to English
Jan 11, 2004

Any guidance gratefully received on the English translations of:

1. Vestiaire (when used as part of the contact details of a French barrister); and

2. "Sous toutes reserves"


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Narasimhan Raghavan  Identity Verified
Local time: 03:35
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Were these not already raised as KudoZ questions? Jan 11, 2004

And answered too?
Regards,
N.Raghavan

[Edited at 2004-01-13 05:28]


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Paul Stevens  Identity Verified
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Use the KudoZ facility, which is specifically aimed at such questions Jan 11, 2004

The answer is in the title above. KudoZ is an important part of this site. Please use it to your best advantage. Good luck.

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