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causal alegada

English translation: ground alleged

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Spanish term or phrase:causal alegada
English translation:ground alleged
Entered by: Eduardo López
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18:28 Oct 28, 2007
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Law/Patents - Law (general) / divorce
Spanish term or phrase: causal alegada
... decreta Con lugar la demanda y roto y disuelto el vínculo matrimonial entre las partes por la causal alegada.

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5ground alleged
Henry Hinds
4alleged causality/cause
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alleged causality/cause

adj. pertaining to a cause; pertaining to cause and effect

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The philosophical concept of causality, the principles of causes, causation, or the working of causes, refers to the set of all particular "causal" or "cause-and-effect" relations. A neutral definition is notoriously hard to provide since every aspect of causation has been subject to much debate. Most generally, causation is a relationship that holds between events, properties, variables, or states of affairs. Causality always implies at least some relationship of dependency between the cause and the effect. For example, deeming something a cause may imply that, all other things being equal, if the cause occurs the effect does as well, or at least that the probability of the effect occurring increases. It is also usually presumed that the cause chronologically precedes the effect.

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