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multicitado

English translation: mentioned elsewhere

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Spanish term or phrase:multicitado
English translation:mentioned elsewhere
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21:34 Mar 7, 2001
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: multicitado
In the Addresses section of a contract:

Las notificaciones o avisos multicitados surtiran sus efectos a partir de la fecha en que sean recibidas por las partes en los terminos senalados anteriormente.

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Rgaspari
United States
Local time: 17:33
referred to (in several places elsewhere in the document)
Explanation:
First of all, "multicitados" is a verbal adjective -- literally, "cited multiple times" -- not a noun. (A summons would be a "citacion," and is unlikely to appear specifically in the context of the "Addresses" section of a contract.)

Try this: "The notifications or notices mentioned elsewhere herein shall become effective on the date on which they are received by the parties, in accordance with the previously mentioned terms and conditions."

Hope this helps,
HC



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Local time: 17:33
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Summary of answers provided
4mentioned several times elsewhereRyo872
namentioned many timesJose Arnoldo Rodriguez-Carrington
naabove or above mentioned, etc.
Henry Hinds
nareferred to (in several places elsewhere in the document)Heathcliff
nasummonsIGLS


  

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1 hr
summons


Explanation:
The notifications or summons adds will furnish its effects on the date in which they are received by the parties involved in the terms previously mentioned.

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3 hrs
referred to (in several places elsewhere in the document)


Explanation:
First of all, "multicitados" is a verbal adjective -- literally, "cited multiple times" -- not a noun. (A summons would be a "citacion," and is unlikely to appear specifically in the context of the "Addresses" section of a contract.)

Try this: "The notifications or notices mentioned elsewhere herein shall become effective on the date on which they are received by the parties, in accordance with the previously mentioned terms and conditions."

Hope this helps,
HC





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8 hrs
above or above mentioned, etc.


Explanation:
In translation, this may often be so rendered or by using other similar expressions. There are also many other similar expressions in Spanish.


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Henry Hinds
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9 hrs
mentioned many times


Explanation:
multi- multiple, many
citado- quoted.
Here it means that it is mentioned many times.

Jose Arnoldo Rodriguez-Carrington
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mentioned several times elsewhere


Explanation:
Actually, "multicitado" doesn't appear on the Spanish Language Royal Academy's dictionary, so it's understood that they have not adopted it as a valid term, though it's used somewhat commonly (especially by lawyers).

"Multicitado" or "multi-citado" is combination of "multi" meaning "multiple" and "citado" meaning "quoted" or "mentioned".

I would translate the sentence this way:

"The notifications or advices mentioned several times elsewhere (on this document) shall enter effective since the date on which they are received by the parties in the terms indicated previously".

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