Rasista

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19:56 May 3, 2018
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Real Estate / Registry and Notary Public Services
Portuguese term or phrase: Rasista
This is probably an archaic job role. Found in a notarized real estate deed (Brazilian Portuguese). Here's the context:

"Aos Escreventes Auxiliares incumbe executar os serviços de expediente e, além de outras que lhes forem cometidas, exercer as funções de protocolista, rasista, arquivista, almoxarife e datilógrafo."

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guilhermesilva
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4(Notary) Fee Schedule Clerk
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(Notary) Fee Schedule Clerk


Explanation:
Guilherme,

You were on the right track with the number of words. In this case (old days) it seems documents were charged per actual number of lines.

See definition from Michaeli's Dictionary:

http://michaelis.uol.com.br/moderno-portugues/busca/portugue...

4 JUR Tabela com as custas judiciais determinadas de acordo com o número de linhas.

There happens to exist still to this day, in some counties of the United States a job in notary public offices with such a title:

http://www.amadorgov.org/government/recorder-clerk/fee-sched...

Hope this helps.


Gilmar Fernandes
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