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This is an abbreviation used at the end of a legal document issued in Spain. It is an 'auto' relating to an 'expediente' requesting the late registration of a birth. At the end it states: "Así dispone el Juez (nombre)" followed on the next line by 'E/.' and then 'Firmado: xxx. Rubricado: ...'. Can anyone suggest what it might stand for? Could it be 'expedido'?
Thanks, Cecilia. Although it is hard to know for sure, I think this is probably right. At least, it does not appear to be a particularly significant aspect of the document! 2 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer