Cédula de notificación por comparecencia

English translation: [Record of] notice served in person

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Spanish term or phrase:Cédula de notificación por comparecencia
English translation:[Record of] notice served in person
Entered by: Ryan Kelly

19:55 Nov 28, 2018
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / Regulatory
Spanish term or phrase: Cédula de notificación por comparecencia
This is the title of a Mexican document attached to a served notice from the regulator to the regulated party.
Ryan Kelly
United States
Local time: 18:37
[Record of] notice served in person
Explanation:
In Mexico, a "cédula de notificación" is most often a citation or order to appear, but this is clearly not the case here.
There are plenty of examples of this to be found online. It's simply a notice that is served by someone from the issuing agency on the person concerned in person, rather than by mail or other means.
It can sometimes be served at the recipient's domicile or indeed at the government agency by a "comparencia" of the recipient before the server.

Here are several links to PDFs showing exactly what this refers to.

http://dsiappsdev.semarnat.gob.mx/inai/XXVII/2015/714/970153...
http://104.209.210.233/gobmx/repositorio/LFTAIP_A73/FI/e/L-0...
http://104.209.210.233/gobmx/repositorio/LFTAIP_A73/FI/e/L-0...
http://dceg.bajacalifornia.gob.mx/Sasip/documentos/archivos/...

I can't post the actual text because they're all scanned, but check the final page in each of the above documents.

I don't know if there's a specific English term that covers this particular kind of "cédula de notificación," so I would simply call it a "notice served in person" or a "record of notice served in person."
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Robert Carter
Mexico
Local time: 17:37
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[Record of] notice served in person


Explanation:
In Mexico, a "cédula de notificación" is most often a citation or order to appear, but this is clearly not the case here.
There are plenty of examples of this to be found online. It's simply a notice that is served by someone from the issuing agency on the person concerned in person, rather than by mail or other means.
It can sometimes be served at the recipient's domicile or indeed at the government agency by a "comparencia" of the recipient before the server.

Here are several links to PDFs showing exactly what this refers to.

http://dsiappsdev.semarnat.gob.mx/inai/XXVII/2015/714/970153...
http://104.209.210.233/gobmx/repositorio/LFTAIP_A73/FI/e/L-0...
http://104.209.210.233/gobmx/repositorio/LFTAIP_A73/FI/e/L-0...
http://dceg.bajacalifornia.gob.mx/Sasip/documentos/archivos/...

I can't post the actual text because they're all scanned, but check the final page in each of the above documents.

I don't know if there's a specific English term that covers this particular kind of "cédula de notificación," so I would simply call it a "notice served in person" or a "record of notice served in person."

Robert Carter
Mexico
Local time: 17:37
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