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Induced statement under oath

English translation: עדות בשבועה שאינה מקימה עילת תביעה

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Hebrew term or phrase:Induced statement under oath
English translation:עדות בשבועה שאינה מקימה עילת תביעה
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22:51 Nov 3, 2008
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Law/Patents - Law (general)
Hebrew term or phrase: Induced statement under oath
This is a statement given by a witness under oath, where the information provided by the witness cannot be used against the witness in a criminal proceeding related to the same case.
Amir Gavriely
Canada
Local time: 08:27
עדות בשבועה שאינה מקימה עילת תביעה
Explanation:
See on page 12, section Hebrew letter "ו" (translates to 6 or G) in the attached link (Hebrew word document)
Is this from US or UK law?

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Note added at 1 day7 hrs (2008-11-05 06:33:00 GMT)
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Amir, I hope you are aware that הצהרה מאולצת בשבועה is a translation of words and not necessarily of the meaning. I asked around with some lawyers who are not familiar with the term הצהרה מאולצת בשבועה(then again, they're not all litigators). I think you should verify your suggestion since it doesn't seem to explain the true meaning behind the English term.
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Lingopro
Israel
Local time: 15:27
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Thank you again -- ProZ asked me to award points, and I do think you deserve them for both the answer and the additional comment.
2 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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4עדות בשבועה שאינה מקימה עילת תביעה
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עדות בשבועה שאינה מקימה עילת תביעה


Explanation:
See on page 12, section Hebrew letter "ו" (translates to 6 or G) in the attached link (Hebrew word document)
Is this from US or UK law?

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Note added at 1 day7 hrs (2008-11-05 06:33:00 GMT)
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Amir, I hope you are aware that הצהרה מאולצת בשבועה is a translation of words and not necessarily of the meaning. I asked around with some lawyers who are not familiar with the term הצהרה מאולצת בשבועה(then again, they're not all litigators). I think you should verify your suggestion since it doesn't seem to explain the true meaning behind the English term.

Example sentence(s):
  • עוד אומד עורך-דין גסלר בעמ\\\' 51 לפרוטוקול, שהצהרת הנתבע כשלעצמה אינה מקימה עילת תביעה נגדו, אלא קובעת רק את מטרת השימוש שנעשה בה

    Reference: http://www.shdlaw.co.il/_Uploads/dbsArticles/Kliener.doc
Lingopro
Israel
Local time: 15:27
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Grading comment
Thank you again -- ProZ asked me to award points, and I do think you deserve them for both the answer and the additional comment.
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thanks for the effort -- but I needed a more concise term and ended up with a version of הצהרה מאולצת בשבועה as I couldn't find a formal Hebrew term that's used for this type of thing.

Asker: Thanks - your comment is valid, but from the context in my document, the translation I used seems to be appropriate. This, I guess, is one of these cases when there's no ideal solution, especially when the deadline is tight...

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