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English translation: court/tribunal registrar's entry (number)

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Italian term or phrase:reg. cron.
English translation:court/tribunal registrar's entry (number)
Entered by: Alison kennedy
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15:45 Jan 10, 2002
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Italian term or phrase: reg. cron.
In a deed for a notary, there is a part about a court order with "reg. cron.": registro cronologico?
Anyone know what this abbreviation means? Thanks.
Catherine Bolton
Local time: 03:34
court/tribunal registrar's entry (number)
Explanation:
Registrazione cronologica This should be followed by a number that indicates that the order has been filed/registered/deposited with the Court's Clerk's office. This is a "grosso modo" translation of "cancelleria"

Ciao

Alison
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Alison kennedy
Local time: 03:34
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Hi, thanks very much!

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court/tribunal registrar's entry (number)


Explanation:
Registrazione cronologica This should be followed by a number that indicates that the order has been filed/registered/deposited with the Court's Clerk's office. This is a "grosso modo" translation of "cancelleria"

Ciao

Alison

Alison kennedy
Local time: 03:34
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Hi, thanks very much!

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