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Decreto exento, resolución exenta

English translation: Decree of Exemption.

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Spanish term or phrase:Decreto exento, resolución exenta
English translation:Decree of Exemption.
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15:51 Nov 19, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Education / Pedagogy / education decree
Spanish term or phrase: Decreto exento, resolución exenta
PROPAM, Viña del Mar, Institución reconocida por el Ministerio de Educación Pública, a través del Decreto Exento de Estudios No. 217 el 20.12.82,

Aprobó en forma satisfactoria el CURSO AUXILIAR DE ENFERMERIÁ,reconocido por Resolución Exenta No. 558 del 30.05.88, autorizado por el
Ministerio de Salud Pública durante el año 1998.

Se que "exento" es "exempt" en Ingles pero en este caso no estoy muy seguro del significado, "exempt" no parece caber aqui, no tiene sentido, asi que me supongo que el signifcado de "exento" es otro aqui.

gracias de antemano, Pablito
PAUL SMIT
Australia
Local time: 05:47
Decree of Exemption.
Explanation:
I'm not sure about the country you refer to, and I can only speak for Spain. Education, whether public or private, is exempt from paying or charging certain taxes (like VAT and other taxes on consumption). The mention of a "Ministerio" just prompted this response.
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Parrot
Spain
Local time: 19:47
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Gracias
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na +1Decree of Exemption.
Parrot
naExemption Order
Yolanda Broad
naExempted Decree of StudiesTilsa Thomas


  

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43 mins peer agreement (net): +1
Decree of Exemption.


Explanation:
I'm not sure about the country you refer to, and I can only speak for Spain. Education, whether public or private, is exempt from paying or charging certain taxes (like VAT and other taxes on consumption). The mention of a "Ministerio" just prompted this response.

Parrot
Spain
Local time: 19:47
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 138
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Gracias

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Exempted Decree of Studies


Explanation:
I choose this because of proximity of adj. "exempted" to "Studies" would give the wrong idea. Also "Exempted resolution" could be possible. Good luck! Tilsa

Tilsa Thomas
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14 hrs
Exemption Order


Explanation:
From Termium

Exemption Order s CORRECT
EX - If the Ministers choose to exempt an Application from the provisions of the Act, the EPCC [Energy Project Coordinating Committee] will coordinate the drafting of necessary terms and conditions to be contained in the Exemption Order in consultation with agencies. s
1989-03-31

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Yolanda Broad
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Local time: 13:47
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