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jurisdiccion voluntaria

English translation: ex parte proceedings

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06:47 Aug 18, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: jurisdiccion voluntaria
Part of a Power of Attorney
translator thinks it could be 'voluntary jurisdiction' or 'arbitration'?
Thanks for your help!
Zara Garrett, HLL Ltd
English translation:ex parte proceedings
Explanation:
This is the way Thomas West III defines this expression.

ex parte = a peticion de parte interesada, de una de las partes solamente

Hope it helps some

Happy translating! ;o)

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Maria
Local time: 18:19
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With many thanks - gosh that was so quick too!!
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naex parte proceedings
Maria
naPetition?meridacath


  

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2 mins
Petition?


Explanation:
If you have some context it would help. I've seen this phrase as a "Diligencia de Jurisdiccion Voluntaria", and usually just translate it as the Petitioner's Petition for . . . (I know repetitive, but that's the way them lawyers talk!)

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8 mins
ex parte proceedings


Explanation:
This is the way Thomas West III defines this expression.

ex parte = a peticion de parte interesada, de una de las partes solamente

Hope it helps some

Happy translating! ;o)




    Dictionary of Law and Business/Thomas West III
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