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The court orders, good cause appearing:

Spanish translation: órdenes (decretos) / presentación de motivo suficiente

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English term or phrase:court orders / good cause appearing
Spanish translation:órdenes (decretos) / presentación de motivo suficiente
Entered by: Andrea Bullrich
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09:33 Dec 11, 2000
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English term or phrase: The court orders, good cause appearing:
This is a sub-section of a Court Judgment. Right below it are choices such as "Judgment of dissolution" "of legal separation" etc...
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órdenes (decretos), presentación de motivo suficiente
Explanation:
Hello, this texts are good enough to drive us all crazy! Yet, "good cause" means "motivo suficiente" or "justificación" but what kills is that "appearing". The more I go about it the more I sense it means "presentation of good cause", and "appearing" is used as it's a case that appears before the court...as if it were alive... Prosopopoeia they call it Ithink. Greek. Oh, about "Court orders", if that comma ain't a eyelash on my pupil then you may call it "decretos" or "órdenes" (court orders). But!: That "The" may be there for some reason and if so, then maybe the comma shouldn't, in which case I would translate it as: "el tribunal ordena la presentación de motivo suficiente (justificación)". What comes after should clarify which way to go I hope. That's my essay for tonite, I hope it makes sense to you, cheerio :))
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órdenes (decretos), presentación de motivo suficiente


Explanation:
Hello, this texts are good enough to drive us all crazy! Yet, "good cause" means "motivo suficiente" or "justificación" but what kills is that "appearing". The more I go about it the more I sense it means "presentation of good cause", and "appearing" is used as it's a case that appears before the court...as if it were alive... Prosopopoeia they call it Ithink. Greek. Oh, about "Court orders", if that comma ain't a eyelash on my pupil then you may call it "decretos" or "órdenes" (court orders). But!: That "The" may be there for some reason and if so, then maybe the comma shouldn't, in which case I would translate it as: "el tribunal ordena la presentación de motivo suficiente (justificación)". What comes after should clarify which way to go I hope. That's my essay for tonite, I hope it makes sense to you, cheerio :))

xxxPaul Roige
Spain
Local time: 10:20
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in CatalanCatalan
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