période ayant d'office

20:59 Dec 10, 2016
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French to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / Arrêt du Tribunal administratif fédéral (suisse)
French term or phrase: période ayant d'office
Hi all.
Have a real problem understanding this expression:

"En l'espèce, le Tribunal applique le droit d'office dans le cadre de l'objet du litige (sur cette notion, voir arrêt du TAFA-1635/2015 du 11 avril 2016 consid. 3.1.2). A ce titre, (consid. 2.1 ci-dessus; arrêts du TAFA-1015/2015 du 18août
Page 12 A-1095/2016 2016 consid. 6, A-4232/2013 du 17 décembre 2013 consid. et consid. 6.2.5), la demande précise qu'elle concerne la période allant du 1er avril 1995 au 31 mars 2013, dite *****période ayant d'office*****, et à juste titre été réduite par l'autorité inférieure. Elle a été restreinte aux années fiscales indiennes à compter du 1er avril 2011jusqu'au 31 mars 2013. Dès lors, demeure litigieuse la transmission d'informations pour cette période."

So far I've drawn a blank. Not even a guess. Any help would be greatly apprecaited.
Many thanks in advance.
Jeff Henson
Local time: 18:16

Summary of answers provided
4 +1period that has automatically and rightfully been reduced by the autority
Eliav Amsellem

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période ayant d\'office
period that has automatically and rightfully been reduced by the autority

d'office means automatically, without being required by the parties in their claims

Eliav Amsellem
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Asker: Thanks eliav. I saw it as clear as day as soon as I had posted my message. I've been on this thing so long my eyes are crossed. I apprecaite your help nonetheless. Cheers mate !

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Nikki Scott-Despaigne: Yes, the punctuation in the original doesn't help. ;-)
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