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10:51 Jul 14, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: proyectista
GLS en juzgado, informan que no tienen proyectista, regresar en la próxima semana.
Rafael Romero
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Summary of answers provided
nathey don't have a clerk
Paul García
naRedactorNNieto
naDrafterTelesforo Fernandez
naEl secretario proyectista
Alexandro Padres Jimenez
nasupervisor, planner, project managerVince Medlock


  

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14 mins
supervisor, planner, project manager


Explanation:
Depending on the rest of the context, these seem to be the general meaning of the term. See Larousse Diccionario Escolar, University of Chicago Spanish-English Dictionary.

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Vince Medlock
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Vince Medlock
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15 mins
El secretario proyectista


Explanation:
es el secretario del juzgado quien se dedica a la elaboración y redacción de una sentencia para su posterior revisión y aprobación por el juez o magistrado. Soy abogado, y te aseguro que el proyectista trabaja a todos los niveles de la carrera judicial (tribunales o juzgados federales y locales).

Sugeriría simplemente Clerk.

Suerte.

Alexandro Padres Jimenez
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43 mins
Drafter


Explanation:
In english legal jargon it is called Drafter. I hope it will be a litle more explicit.

Telesforo Fernandez
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8 hrs
Redactor


Explanation:
Draftsman (redactor de una ley) Parece que en el contexto no hay un secretario que informe a la corte.

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NNieto
United States
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17 days
they don't have a clerk


Explanation:
You know, we use "clerk" to describe so many of the legal funcionaries (both in the U.S. and the U.K.)... I would offer "project manager," but, really, only in a commercial setting.

Paul García
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