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not exactly a language question, but I don't know where else to find this out.
Clearly the written amount does not to my mind correspond to the number given in figures, as is the case throughout this Tunisian judgment. Is this just a way of rendering amounts in figures peculiar to Tunisia? I'd really like to know out of interest. Anyone out there familiar with matters Tunisian?
Thanks for such a quick and helpful answer, Stephen. I thought that must be the case but found it rather odd. Thanks to the other two for responding as well. 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer