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French translation: cour des plaidoyers communs

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English term or phrase:court of common pleas
French translation:cour des plaidoyers communs
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03:37 Dec 20, 2005
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Law/Patents - Law (general) / injonction
English term or phrase: court of common pleas
c'est le titre sur la procédure légale (en Pennsylvanie)
In the Court of Common pleas, Pennsylvania

j'ai trouvé à plusieurs endroits : cour des plaids communs, mais je ne suis pas convaincue... plaidoyers, oui, plaids?
à moins que plaids ne soit une version ancienne de plaidoyers,

ex : http://pages.infinit.net/histoire/cour.html
et aussi http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habeas_corpus
et même : http://www.proz.com/kudoz/367913

mais est-ce qu'il n'y a pas autre chose?
DocteurPC
Canada
Local time: 09:40
cour des plaidoyers communs
Explanation:
cour des plaids communs
cour des plaidoyers communs

À cette époque, on compte une Cour des plaids ou plaidoyers communs, des Cours de circuit, une Cour d’appel et la Cour du Banc du Roi avec juridiction

historique: www.tribunaux.qc.ca/c-quebec/contenu_origines.html


The Court of Common Pleas in England, like the Court of King's Bench, ... A Court of Common Pleas for the province was established in Quebec by the 1764

history: www.hst.ulaval.ca/profs/dfyson/courtstr/Com_plea.htm

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From Wikipedia:

In the United States legal system, there are at least three states which currently have Courts of Common Pleas:

Delaware: A statewide trial court of limited jurisdiction sitting in all three counties, handling misdemeanor criminal cases; preliminary hearings for felony criminal cases; and civil cases with a stated value up to $50,000.00. Judges are appointed by the Governor to 12-year terms.
Ohio: The trial court of general criminal and civil jurisdiction, located in each of Ohio's counties. Judges are elected at large.
Pennsylvania: The trial court of general criminal and civil jurisdiction, sitting in all of the state's counties and organized by judicial district. Most judicial districts are coterminous with the county in which the district is located, but some counties with smaller population share a judicial district (and therefore a court) with one or more other adjacent counties. Judges are elected at large.

Court of Common Pleas for the State of Delaware (http://courts.state.de.us/commonpleas/)
List of Ohio Courts of Common Pleas (http://www.sconet.state.oh.us/Web_Sites/courts/)
List of Pennsylvania Courts of Common Pleas (http://www.courts.state.pa.us/Index/CommonPleas/indexCommonP...
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Abdellatif Bouhid
Local time: 09:40
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cour des plaidoyers est quand même plus "joli" mais plaids est aussi valide - merci particulièrement pour l'info sur la Pennsylvanie
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cour des plaidoyers communs


Explanation:
cour des plaids communs
cour des plaidoyers communs

À cette époque, on compte une Cour des plaids ou plaidoyers communs, des Cours de circuit, une Cour d’appel et la Cour du Banc du Roi avec juridiction

historique: www.tribunaux.qc.ca/c-quebec/contenu_origines.html


The Court of Common Pleas in England, like the Court of King's Bench, ... A Court of Common Pleas for the province was established in Quebec by the 1764

history: www.hst.ulaval.ca/profs/dfyson/courtstr/Com_plea.htm

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Note added at 53 mins (2005-12-20 04:30:37 GMT)
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From Wikipedia:

In the United States legal system, there are at least three states which currently have Courts of Common Pleas:

Delaware: A statewide trial court of limited jurisdiction sitting in all three counties, handling misdemeanor criminal cases; preliminary hearings for felony criminal cases; and civil cases with a stated value up to $50,000.00. Judges are appointed by the Governor to 12-year terms.
Ohio: The trial court of general criminal and civil jurisdiction, located in each of Ohio's counties. Judges are elected at large.
Pennsylvania: The trial court of general criminal and civil jurisdiction, sitting in all of the state's counties and organized by judicial district. Most judicial districts are coterminous with the county in which the district is located, but some counties with smaller population share a judicial district (and therefore a court) with one or more other adjacent counties. Judges are elected at large.

Court of Common Pleas for the State of Delaware (http://courts.state.de.us/commonpleas/)
List of Ohio Courts of Common Pleas (http://www.sconet.state.oh.us/Web_Sites/courts/)
List of Pennsylvania Courts of Common Pleas (http://www.courts.state.pa.us/Index/CommonPleas/indexCommonP...


Abdellatif Bouhid
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cour des plaidoyers est quand même plus "joli" mais plaids est aussi valide - merci particulièrement pour l'info sur la Pennsylvanie

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agree  xxxsarahl: mazal ma zderti?
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  -> je dors de plus en plus tôt c'est vrai
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