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14:02 Dec 5, 2003
French to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
French term or phrase: saisie attribution
...une saisie attribution par huissier sur le compte bancaire...
Helle27
Local time: 13:38
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Summary of answers provided
5 +1bank levyJane Lamb-Ruiz
4 +1seizure-award
Parrot
4seizure from a bank accountKpy
3garnishee order
NatalieD
3third party benefit bank account seizure (attachment) all depends
cjohnstone


  

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third party benefit bank account seizure (attachment) all depends


Explanation:
NA

cjohnstone
France
Local time: 13:38
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bank levy


Explanation:
That's it. For payment of something specific.

... Liens & Levys The good, the bad & the ugly. ... A levy actually attaches
to a specific item, either wages or a bank account in most cases. ...
www.taxes.com/liens_levys.html - 18k - Dec 4, 2003 - Cached - Similar pages


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Note added at 2003-12-05 23:02:42 (GMT)
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In English seizure is seizure of assets

a bank account does not have \'\'seizure\" to it regarding legally forcing someone to pay debts.



Jane Lamb-Ruiz
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PortuguesePortuguese
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agree  Azure: and/or payments of creditors
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seizure from a bank account


Explanation:
see th link


    Reference: http://vosdroits.service-public.fr/ARBO/14060307-FXJUS207.ht...
Kpy
France
Local time: 13:38
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seizure-award


Explanation:
Is the term employed by the OHADA in its bilingual texts:

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Note added at 38 mins (2003-12-05 14:41:27 GMT)
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French original at: http://www.juris.freesurf.fr/af_affaires/recouvrement_fr.pdf


    Reference: http://www.juris.freesurf.fr/af_affaires/recouvrement_en.pdf
Parrot
Spain
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agree  toubabou: -
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garnishee order


Explanation:
Garnishee Order – If the Judgement creditor is aware of a debt owed to the Judgement debtor (this can be for example a Bank Account which is in credit and is in the name of the Judgement debtor), then the Judgement creditor can obtain an Order of the Court which is known as a Garnishee Order. The Judgement debtor’s creditor (in this example the Bank) is then responsible to account to the Garnishor (i.e. the Judgement creditor) to pay the debt (e.g. in this case the contents of the Bank Account) to the Garnishor who is the Judgement creditor.

http://www.corporaterescue.co.uk/website/collections_advice_...


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