to which I swear

Italian translation: che io attesto sotto vincolo di giuramento

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English term or phrase:to which I swear
Italian translation:che io attesto sotto vincolo di giuramento
Entered by: Maria Elisa Albanese

16:34 Apr 28, 2019
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Law (general) / affidavit
English term or phrase: to which I swear
..... whose identity was proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence, to which I swear.

.....
The affiant further declares that the present instrument is true and is valid for all the acts of civil life.
And so she said, to which I swear.
Maria Elisa Albanese
Italy
Local time: 07:15
che io attesto sotto vincolo di giuramento
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3che io attesto sotto vincolo di giuramento
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Giuramento
Sara Gazo

  

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to which i swear
che io attesto sotto vincolo di giuramento


Explanation:
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Oscar Romagnone
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Reference: Giuramento

Reference information:
https://www.guidelegali.it/pagina/169.aspx

in questo articolo si presenta la formula "giuro e giurando affermo…" o "giuro e giurando affermo essere vero…", che è abbastanza usata, ma non sono sicura che sia rilevante a questa specifica traduzione.

Hope this helps!


    Reference: http://https://www.guidelegali.it/pagina/169.aspx
Sara Gazo
United Kingdom
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
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