El Juez de Comercio que intervenga/(see below)

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07:07 Sep 14, 2000
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Spanish term or phrase: El Juez de Comercio que intervenga/(see below)
..."el Juez de Comercio que intervenga"...
..."sin que la descripción orecedente sea limitativa de las facvultades que la Ley de aplicacion al caso les confiere"
Paolas
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Explanation:
First, there are typographical errors in the Spanish text: "orecedente" instead of "precedente," and "facvultades" instead of "facultades".

Next, the "Juez de Comercio" is the Commercial Court Judge or Judge of the Commercial Court, i.e., the judge with jurisdiction over matters that are governed or regulated by the commercial code.

Thus, we have:

"the Commercial Court Judge who is hearing the case…"

and

"…the foregoing description shall not limit the powers conferred upon them by the applicable law…"
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Explanation:
First, there are typographical errors in the Spanish text: "orecedente" instead of "precedente," and "facvultades" instead of "facultades".

Next, the "Juez de Comercio" is the Commercial Court Judge or Judge of the Commercial Court, i.e., the judge with jurisdiction over matters that are governed or regulated by the commercial code.

Thus, we have:

"the Commercial Court Judge who is hearing the case…"

and

"…the foregoing description shall not limit the powers conferred upon them by the applicable law…"



    Cabanellas-Hoague, Diccionario Juridico ES<>IN (Butterworth Legal Publishers, 1991)
Heathcliff
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7 hrs
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Explanation:
I would go along with previous submission but suggest, for 'Ley de applicación, 'the pertinent/relevant law'

Lia Fail (X)
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