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stet

Spanish translation: suspensión o interrupción

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English term or phrase:stet
Spanish translation:suspensión o interrupción
Entered by: patinba

12:44 Nov 1, 2013
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / Criminal record history
English term or phrase: stet
It comes after "Disposition", there is a date and then STET. I know it means something like let it stand, put on hold, the case is just resting for a while and goes away after a year unless the state or defendant can convince a judge to bring the case back, how would you say this in Spanish?
Thanks
Ana Vanoli
Argentina
Local time: 08:09
suspensión o interrupción
Explanation:
tal vez?
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patinba
Argentina
Local time: 08:09
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suspensión o interrupción


Explanation:
tal vez?

patinba
Argentina
Local time: 08:09
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