j’etais servie d’un proces au titre de **** Vs ****,

English translation: I was served a summons in the case of x versus y

21:21 Apr 8, 2005
French to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / legal ex. divorce process/entitlements
French term or phrase: j’etais servie d’un proces au titre de **** Vs ****,
is this in regards to a lawsuit? the french in the text had quite a few spelling errors- however in regards to this phrase i need some help.
xxxYo Misma
English translation:I was served a summons in the case of x versus y
Explanation:
YOu have already posted this. Haven't you? It's a summons for a case...I guess in the divorce proceeding you mention
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j’etais servie d’un proces au titre de **** Vs ****,
I was served a summons in the case of x versus y


Explanation:
YOu have already posted this. Haven't you? It's a summons for a case...I guess in the divorce proceeding you mention

Jane Lamb-Ruiz
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