do que para constar

French translation: dont acte

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Portuguese term or phrase:do que para constar
French translation:dont acte
Entered by: Nathalie Tomaz

13:10 Apr 8, 2018
Portuguese to French translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Portuguese term or phrase: do que para constar
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Nathalie Tomaz
France
Local time: 17:25
dont acte
Explanation:
L'expression “dont acte”, utilisée de plus en plus actuellement, trouve donc son origine dans le vocabulaire du droit. En effet, la locution “dont acte” est la formule finale consacrée, avant les signatures officielles, d'un acte juridique et se trouve être l'ellipse de “ce dont il est pris acte” (l'acte étant un écrit ...
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silvana zilli bomskov
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Local time: 12:25
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dont acte


Explanation:
L'expression “dont acte”, utilisée de plus en plus actuellement, trouve donc son origine dans le vocabulaire du droit. En effet, la locution “dont acte” est la formule finale consacrée, avant les signatures officielles, d'un acte juridique et se trouve être l'ellipse de “ce dont il est pris acte” (l'acte étant un écrit ...


    Reference: http://www.jacqueslanciault.com/2013/01/.../la-locution-du-j...
silvana zilli bomskov
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Local time: 12:25
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