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08:06 Jul 31, 2000
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: INJUNCTIVE RELIEF
CONTRACT
M.A. Albadalejo
Spain
Local time: 16:27
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Summary of answers provided
nasee below
Patricia Lutteral
namedida cautelar
Patricia Lutteral
narecurso a Interdiction / embargo judicialTelesforo Fernandez
naJust to add to your confusion, here are some more suggestions:
Maria
naatenuante preceptivo.
Carmen Hernaiz
nadesagravio por mandato judicial
Judy Rojas
nareparación judicialCarlos Luengo Martín


  

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8 mins
reparación judicial


Explanation:
diccionario jurídico Ariel

Carlos Luengo Martín
Spain
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9 mins
atenuante preceptivo.


Explanation:
También puedes traducirlo como atenuante mandatorio.
Aquí te paso ambas definiciones, según Babylon.

INJUNCTIVE:
adj. preceptivo, mandatario; prohibitorios.

RELIEF: alivio, aligeramiento, atenuante, consuelo, desahogo, descongestión, mitigación, remedio, respiro, solaz; ayuda, socorro; relieve, realce



Carmen Hernaiz
Spain
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24 mins
desagravio por mandato judicial


Explanation:
injunctive relief = desagravio por mandato judicial

That's how the legal-economic glossary used by the translators at the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) have defined the expression.

Hope it helps.

Ricardo Martinez de la Torre
Santiago, Chile

Judy Rojas
Chile
Local time: 12:27
Native speaker of: Spanish
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Yvette Camou
  -> gracias
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1 hr
Just to add to your confusion, here are some more suggestions:


Explanation:
Thomas West Diccionary of Law and Business, defines it as: "medidas cautelares"

Alcaraz Varo lo define como "desagravio por mandato judicial" que alguien ya te sugirio

May you get the inspiration to use the correct term!!! ;o) or, else, you can always toss a coin.

Happy translating! ;o)

Maria
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1 hr
recurso a Interdiction / embargo judicial


Explanation:
This is the way I would translate the pharase ' injunctice relief"

Telesforo Fernandez
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2 hrs
see below


Explanation:
Según el Diccionario Jurídico de Cabanellas de la Cueva, es la "protección de un derecho o satisfacción de una pretensión mediante una orden judicial de hacer o no hacer dirigida a la contraparte" En "injunction", aclara que es un término amplio que abarca las órdenes de no innovar, de cesar y abstenerse e inhibitorias.
Creo que "medida cautelar" sería lo más acertado.
Suerte

Patricia Lutteral
Argentina
Local time: 12:27
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in pair: 1564

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Yvette Camou
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7 hrs
medida cautelar


Explanation:
Hola de nuevo.
Me confirman que lo más cercano al concepto de "injunctive relief" es "medida cautelar" (la confirmación viene de un amigo abogado, argentino que ejerce en New York)


Patricia Lutteral
Argentina
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