"fuerza probatoria"

English translation: probative force

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Spanish term or phrase:fuerza probatoria
English translation:probative force
Entered by: Nikki Graham

11:27 Aug 15, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: "fuerza probatoria"
appears in a Guatemalan legal document.
craig snyder
probative force
Explanation:
probative force (i.e. weight as evidence)
This is from Tom West's Spanish-English Dictionary of Law and Business. Protea Publishing, 1999.
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naevidentiary value
Simon Walter
naForce of evidence
NNieto
naprobative force
Joan Wallace (X)
naI would suggest
Alexandro Padres Jimenez


  

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3 mins
I would suggest


Explanation:
serves as full proof or proving x, y and z.

The meaning is that a certain piece of evidence serves its purpose as such or that the law grants that evidence full faith and credit of the legal act or fact it pretends to prove.

Alexandro Padres Jimenez
Local time: 15:55
PRO pts in pair: 150

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3 mins
probative force


Explanation:
probative force (i.e. weight as evidence)
This is from Tom West's Spanish-English Dictionary of Law and Business. Protea Publishing, 1999.

Joan Wallace (X)
PRO pts in pair: 59

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17 mins
Force of evidence


Explanation:
Seems in the context that the weight of evidence ...


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NNieto
United States
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PRO pts in pair: 54

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1 hr
evidentiary value


Explanation:
worth as evidence

Simon Walter
Peru
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PRO pts in pair: 16

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