ouverture de l'ordre

English translation: for apportioning the proceeds of the sale [of assets]

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14:54 Dec 12, 2003
French to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
French term or phrase: ouverture de l'ordre
Dans un procès-verbal de règlement amiable du TGI de Caen, j'ai trouvé: Nous, XYZ, Juge au TGI de Caen, spécialement chargé des distributions par voies d'ordre, par ordonnance de M le 1er Président de la Cour d'Appel de Caen, prise en application des dispositions de l'article 749 du CPC. Vu Premièrement, la requisition en date du 3/9/03, d'ouverture de l'ordre au nom de: ABC.
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English translation:for apportioning the proceeds of the sale [of assets]
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5for apportioning the proceeds of the sale [of assets]
Jane Lamb-Ruiz
4institution of the order
Parrot


  

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institution of the order


Explanation:
in the name/in behalf of ABC. Suggestion.

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Local time: 03:40
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for apportioning the proceeds of the sale [of assets]


Explanation:
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Jane Lamb-Ruiz
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