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conservato agli atti

English translation: filed in the records

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23:43 Jun 22, 2001
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Italian term or phrase: conservato agli atti
a notarial act
Kelly O'Connor
English translation:filed in the records
Explanation:
An act is a legal provision.. maybe by saying act you mean deed.

In any case "gli atti" are the records.

Maybe this patent glossary can be of help.

Good luck.
Saxo
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Carla Trapani
Local time: 12:31
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Summary of answers provided
narecorded in the minutesasynge
naon record
CLS Lexi-tech
nafiled in the records
Carla Trapani
nahas been filed
Francesco D'Alessandro


  

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6 mins
has been filed


Explanation:
filed by number, by date, by sequence...

Francesco D'Alessandro
Spain
Local time: 11:31
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1 hr
filed in the records


Explanation:
An act is a legal provision.. maybe by saying act you mean deed.

In any case "gli atti" are the records.

Maybe this patent glossary can be of help.

Good luck.
Saxo


    Reference: http://www.geocities.com/ctrapani2000/patent.html
Carla Trapani
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3 hrs
on record


Explanation:
saluti
paola l m


CLS Lexi-tech
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1 day 4 hrs
recorded in the minutes


Explanation:
perhaps, sometimes atti are minutes and sometimes proceedings as of a meeting. Atti aren't necessarily a deed, like legal. It all depends onthe context

asynge
Italy
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