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ACTA NOTARIAL DESTACADA

English translation: SUMMARIZED NOTARIAL CERTIFICATE

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Spanish term or phrase:ACTA NOTARIAL DESTACADA
English translation:SUMMARIZED NOTARIAL CERTIFICATE
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00:49 Feb 1, 2001
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: ACTA NOTARIAL DESTACADA
TITLE OF LEGAL DOCUMENT
LUIS R. ARMSTRONG
Notarial certification
Explanation:
is what I've used in the past for this phrase, which seems to be unrecorded in the dictionaries.

Explanation:
Acta destacada: un 'fe de hechos' (notarial certification) which is not entered in the notary's register. It's a private, as opposed to public, document, which would have to be entered in the register. I'm not sure how it got its name, but María Moliner gives 'aislado, solo, o separado de los demás' as one of the meanings of 'destacado' so maybe that explains it.
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Robert Dillon
Mexico
Local time: 03:24
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IT WAS VERY HELPFUL. LIKE YOU SAID, IT WAS NOT RECORDED IN DICTIONARIES BUT I FELT IT DESCRIBED BEST THE CONTENT
OF DOCUMENT. ALTHOUGH I DID USE IT EXACTLY AS YOU PRESENT IT MY FINAL WAS BASED ON YOUR SUGGESTION.THANK YOU.
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Summary of answers provided
naNotarial certification
Robert Dillon
naHighlighted (or Dinstnguished depending in context) Notarial AffidavitMegdalina
nanotarial deed statement, abstractAlbert Golub


  

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32 mins
notarial deed statement, abstract


Explanation:
robert and collins
hope it helps

Albert Golub
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3 days 23 hrs
Highlighted (or Dinstnguished depending in context) Notarial Affidavit


Explanation:
I'd go with highlighted as it has various contexes in English but what you have here is a notarial affidavit - destacado just means it stands out above the rest. Maybe you can come up with something - outstanding for example.
Good luck to you!

Megdalina
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Notarial certification


Explanation:
is what I've used in the past for this phrase, which seems to be unrecorded in the dictionaries.

Explanation:
Acta destacada: un 'fe de hechos' (notarial certification) which is not entered in the notary's register. It's a private, as opposed to public, document, which would have to be entered in the register. I'm not sure how it got its name, but María Moliner gives 'aislado, solo, o separado de los demás' as one of the meanings of 'destacado' so maybe that explains it.



    A Mexican notary once explained it to me.
Robert Dillon
Mexico
Local time: 03:24
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 65
Grading comment
IT WAS VERY HELPFUL. LIKE YOU SAID, IT WAS NOT RECORDED IN DICTIONARIES BUT I FELT IT DESCRIBED BEST THE CONTENT
OF DOCUMENT. ALTHOUGH I DID USE IT EXACTLY AS YOU PRESENT IT MY FINAL WAS BASED ON YOUR SUGGESTION.THANK YOU.
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