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French to English translations [Non-PRO] Law/Patents
French term or phrase:legal phrasing
I am looking for the English equivalent of the following French terms.
These words appear in a garnishment order.
Et vous ferez justice
Salut et respect
le Juge des Saisies
A l'honneur de vous exposer respectueusement.
Explanation: couldn't find juge des saisies on grandictionnaire or eurodicautom, robert and collins!
saisie=seizure, maybe magistrate in charge of garnishments,distraints,attachments,seizures
hope it helps
Albert Golub Local time: 15:38 Native speaker of: French PRO pts in pair: 359
This is a suggestion/offer of help, not an answer!
Explanation: Hi Ann,
Just wanted to suggest you repost your term requests are separate entries for each term.
One of the reasons for posting term requests is so other translators can come along later and search the data base for answers to their own term questions. However, the only way to locate a term is through the request "header" info (the "term" part of the request form). If other terms are buried in the "explanation" part of the request, the info will not be available to the searcher.
Another reason for posting multiple requests, one for each term, of course, is that it is in your immediate self-interest. A potential answerer might be discouraged from answering, just because it is a multiple post. That is, s/he might know the answer to one of your terms, but not to the others.
Also, while answerers sign up to help out on KudoZ mainly because they are interested in being helpful, they are also interested in getting those KudoZ points. So if they need to spend time researching a query before answering it, they are more likely to spend their time looking up answers where they are more likely to get more KudoZ points for their efforts.
Yolanda Stern Broad,
ProZ Moderator, French to English
Yolanda Broad United States Local time: 09:38 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 1551