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firmar juizo de subsunção meramente abstrato

English translation: while performing a judgment on a merely abstract assumption

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Portuguese term or phrase:firmar juizo de subsunção meramente abstrato
English translation:while performing a judgment on a merely abstract assumption
Entered by: Daniel Freire
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12:10 Oct 5, 2013
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Law/Patents - Law (general) / sentença judicial
Portuguese term or phrase: firmar juizo de subsunção meramente abstrato
... ao firmar juizo de subsunção meramente abstrato, sem cotejar a realidade ....
Daniel Freire
Australia
Local time: 12:26
while performing a judgment on a merely abstract assumption
Explanation:
The term "subsunção" can be translated straight to "subsumption", but in legal terms it really means "assumption".

This situation happens when someone tries to adapt, fit, associate an actually committed act to the provisions of the law, without taking into account several aspects of the act. It means that the act must be assessed under the real context, not taken apart as a standalone event.
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Luciano Antonio Gomide
Brazil
Local time: 23:26
Grading comment
Obrigado
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while performing a judgment on a merely abstract assumption


Explanation:
The term "subsunção" can be translated straight to "subsumption", but in legal terms it really means "assumption".

This situation happens when someone tries to adapt, fit, associate an actually committed act to the provisions of the law, without taking into account several aspects of the act. It means that the act must be assessed under the real context, not taken apart as a standalone event.

Luciano Antonio Gomide
Brazil
Local time: 23:26
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Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
PRO pts in category: 27
Grading comment
Obrigado

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agree  Richard Purdom
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