Juge départiteur

English translation: Arbitrator/Adjudicator

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French term or phrase:Juge départiteur
English translation:Arbitrator/Adjudicator
Entered by: John Peterson

08:15 Oct 25, 2005
French to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s)
French term or phrase: Juge départiteur
This is the judge at an industrial tribunal, i.e. jugement no. x a été prononcé par m. x, juge départiteur. It also occurs as 'Président juge départiteur' later in the text. Many thanks for any suggestions.
JMcKechnie
Local time: 06:56
Arbitrator/Adjudicator
Explanation:
These terms often crop up in industrial relations courts/tribunals etc. Maybe "Main Adjudicator" for"Président juge départiteur"

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Note added at 2005-10-25 08:53:54 (GMT)
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\"Président juge départiteur\" : two other suggestions - Chief Adjudicator or (Employment) Tribunal Chairman/woman/person.
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John Peterson
Local time: 06:56
Grading comment
This sounds perfect, many thanks.
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4 +5Arbitrator/Adjudicator
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Arbitrator/Adjudicator


Explanation:
These terms often crop up in industrial relations courts/tribunals etc. Maybe "Main Adjudicator" for"Président juge départiteur"

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Note added at 2005-10-25 08:53:54 (GMT)
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\"Président juge départiteur\" : two other suggestions - Chief Adjudicator or (Employment) Tribunal Chairman/woman/person.

John Peterson
Local time: 06:56
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 16
Grading comment
This sounds perfect, many thanks.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  writeaway: ditto Larousse
20 mins
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agree  lenkl: More specifically the umpire (sometimes the third arbitrator) or the judge with the casting vote
33 mins
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agree  Michael Lotz
3 hrs
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agree  Sp and Fr to En: YEP
4 hrs
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agree  frenchloki (X): http://www.juritravail.com/lexique/Jugedepartiteur.html and http://www.cfdt.fr/pratique/_imprimer/droits_travail/prudhom...
6 hrs
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