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English translation: Central Electoral Board; Civil Registrar Office

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07:39 Jun 5, 2000
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Spanish term or phrase: "JUNTA CENTRAL ELECTORAL" AND "OFICIALIA DE ESTADO
I am translating a Marriage Certificate from the Dominican Republic and I am not sure how to translate the heading into English (preferably British): "JUNTA CENTRAL ELECTORAL" and "OFICIALIA DE ESTADO CIVIL". Does anybody know how to translate them? Many thanks.
Maria
English translation:Central Electoral Board; Civil Registrar Office
Explanation:
It would also have to include the county or borough where it belongs.
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Yvette Camou
Mexico
Local time: 04:10
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I would like to thank all the people that answered. I chose this answer because it is very similar to what I have decided to use.
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Summary of answers provided
naCentral Electoral Board; Civil Registrar OfficeYvette Camou
naCentral Board of Elections - Office of Vital Records
Anthony Rivas
naregistry of vital statistics; civil registry, perhaps
CLS Lexi-tech
naCentral electoral board, clerkship of the civil stateanac
nathe junta would be "central board of elections." See Robb's legal dictionary.wendy griswold
nathe junta would be "central board of elections." See Robb's legal dictionary.wendy griswold


  

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16 mins
the junta would be "central board of elections." See Robb's legal dictionary.


Explanation:
oficialía de estado civil is the administrative office [that registers and records] civil status (birth, death, marriage). See Cabanellas legal dictionary.

wendy griswold
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16 mins
the junta would be "central board of elections." See Robb's legal dictionary.


Explanation:
oficialía de estado civil is the administrative office [that registers and records] civil status (birth, death, marriage). See Cabanellas legal dictionary.

wendy griswold
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22 mins
Central electoral board, clerkship of the civil state


Explanation:
Butterworths spanish-english legal dictionary

anac
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52 mins
registry of vital statistics; civil registry, perhaps


Explanation:
for the second term
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3 hrs
Central Electoral Board; Civil Registrar Office


Explanation:
It would also have to include the county or borough where it belongs.

Yvette Camou
Mexico
Local time: 04:10
PRO pts in pair: 45
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I would like to thank all the people that answered. I chose this answer because it is very similar to what I have decided to use.
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3 days 11 hrs
Central Board of Elections - Office of Vital Records


Explanation:
There is not much to explain here, just that <<Junta Central Electoral>> is Central Board of Elections and <<Oficialia del Estado Civil>> is Office of Vital Records

Anthony Rivas
United States
Local time: 06:10
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