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pour extrait et mention

English translation: certified true copy and marginal note(s)

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French term or phrase:pour extrait et mention
English translation:certified true copy and marginal note(s)
Entered by: Paula McMullan
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19:25 Feb 12, 2009
French to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Business/Commerce (general)
French term or phrase: pour extrait et mention
This appears at the end of an official advertisement concerning the transformation of an investment company into a limited liability company in Morocco.

A google search brings this up as a common phrase at the end of such publications.

e.g. II - Le dépôt légal a été effectué au Greffe du Tribunal de Commerce de Tanger le 26/11/2007 sous le numéro 24963.
++++Pour extrait et mention++++

Does anyone have a neat English version please?
Paula McMullan
Local time: 15:15
certified true copy and marginal note(s)
Explanation:
"pour extrait" is dealt with in ProZ glossary meaning certified true copy (or extract).
Mention is used in France, Québec etc to refer to the marginal note written on a documents such as a birth certificates to record marriage(s) etc. It is sometime written on the back but is still called a marginal note in English.
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certified true copy and marginal note(s)


Explanation:
"pour extrait" is dealt with in ProZ glossary meaning certified true copy (or extract).
Mention is used in France, Québec etc to refer to the marginal note written on a documents such as a birth certificates to record marriage(s) etc. It is sometime written on the back but is still called a marginal note in English.


    Reference: http://www.proz.com/kudoz/french_to_english/certificates_dip...
234561
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agree  MatthewLaSon: Perhaps "certified copy with marginal note"?
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agree  Dr Lofthouse: yes
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