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English translation: "16/06/97" is valid

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10:32 Aug 21, 2000
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: S/R: “16/06/97” VALE
At the foot of an Argentine legal document. Refers to a handwritten date in the body of the document.
Frank Johnson
English translation:"16/06/97" is valid
Explanation:
Sorry, friends, this has nothing to do with vouchers. In Argentina when the original of a legal document was corrected, normally by hand, we have to add at the bottom a signer note certifying that the correction is valid.
Normally "vale" means voucher, but in this context is means "is valid"
Saludos!
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two2tango
Argentina
Local time: 13:38
Grading comment
Perfect fit.
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Summary of answers provided
na"16/06/97" is valid
two2tango
naYour reference: Voucher issued on June 16, 1997Heathcliff
naYour reference 16/06/97 Voucher
Parrot


  

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24 mins
Your reference 16/06/97 Voucher


Explanation:
S/R = Su referencia
Vale = Voucher, receipt, coupon (suit to context)

Parrot
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51 mins
Your reference: Voucher issued on June 16, 1997


Explanation:
Absent more context, "Voucher issued" could also be "Receipt issued." -- HTH!

Heathcliff
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1 hr
"16/06/97" is valid


Explanation:
Sorry, friends, this has nothing to do with vouchers. In Argentina when the original of a legal document was corrected, normally by hand, we have to add at the bottom a signer note certifying that the correction is valid.
Normally "vale" means voucher, but in this context is means "is valid"
Saludos!


two2tango
Argentina
Local time: 13:38
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 724
Grading comment
Perfect fit.

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Heathcliff
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