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12:43 Jun 27, 2001
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English term or phrase: Anyone can help Ver.2
In a child support order:
If you ask for a hearing , we will inform the other party to your support order. The other party to your support order may attend and take part in the hearing.
Is the phrase " The party to your support order " can means the party who have the same side with your support order ? Or sth else ?
Boonpak
Local time: 15:44
English translation:SEE EXPLANATION
Explanation:
Dear Boonpak:
I apologize...I wrongly assumed your question was for translation into Spanish.

In the case of a child support order (just as in any lawsuit), there are 2 parties (or sides)....the one who is suing, and the one who is being sued. To answer your question, the answer is NO! They are not on the same side...they are on OPPOSITE sides...against each other.

Hope this helps:-)
tb
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Terry Burgess
nacontraparte en la demana
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contraparte en la demana


Explanation:
En un caso de demanda de mantención de un hijo/hija, "the other party" es la contraparte en la demanda-

Espero te sirva:-)
tb


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Terry Burgess
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SEE EXPLANATION


Explanation:
Dear Boonpak:
I apologize...I wrongly assumed your question was for translation into Spanish.

In the case of a child support order (just as in any lawsuit), there are 2 parties (or sides)....the one who is suing, and the one who is being sued. To answer your question, the answer is NO! They are not on the same side...they are on OPPOSITE sides...against each other.

Hope this helps:-)
tb


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Terry Burgess
Mexico
Local time: 02:44
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 119
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