at law or otherwise

French translation: prévu par la loi ou tout autre disposition

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English term or phrase:at law or otherwise
French translation:prévu par la loi ou tout autre disposition
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15:49 Dec 10, 2003
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English term or phrase: at law or otherwise
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lysiane
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prévu par la loi ou par toute autre disposition
Explanation:
il faudrait donner la phrase complète, sinon c'est de la devinette.
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5Ci-dessous
Candide
3 +2prévu par la loi ou par toute autre disposition
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prévu par la loi ou par toute autre disposition


Explanation:
il faudrait donner la phrase complète, sinon c'est de la devinette.

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Ci-dessous


Explanation:
a) selon le droit ; b) en common law ; c) par la loi

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