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8456603 de RD$ 0.10 (please read explanation)

English translation: comprobante

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Spanish term or phrase:8456603 de RD$ 0.10
English translation:comprobante
Entered by: Luis José Quirindongo
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14:43 Jul 9, 2003
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Spanish term or phrase: 8456603 de RD$ 0.10 (please read explanation)
Hi,

This and two other codes appear at the bottom of a Marriage Certificate from the Dominican Republic

I am assuming that they correspond to "revenue stamps" and there cost...anyone see this before?
Cris
"comprobante"
Explanation:
I livein the neighboring island to the Dominican Republic (Puerto Rico), and we have something similar called "comprobante". It is a stamp that you get at a government collections agency and is posted on certain documents to certify that you "paid" the government for the service they gave you (in this case, marriage). There are different kinds and they are sometimes coded by numbers, but usually referred to by how much it costs to buy them (RD $0.10)
I do not know if it is called the same in DR or if the concept is exactly the same, so double-check just in case.
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Luis José Quirindongo
Puerto Rico
Local time: 18:46
Grading comment
Mil gracias!
Cristina
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Luis José Quirindongo


  

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"comprobante"


Explanation:
I livein the neighboring island to the Dominican Republic (Puerto Rico), and we have something similar called "comprobante". It is a stamp that you get at a government collections agency and is posted on certain documents to certify that you "paid" the government for the service they gave you (in this case, marriage). There are different kinds and they are sometimes coded by numbers, but usually referred to by how much it costs to buy them (RD $0.10)
I do not know if it is called the same in DR or if the concept is exactly the same, so double-check just in case.

Luis José Quirindongo
Puerto Rico
Local time: 18:46
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 23
Grading comment
Mil gracias!
Cristina

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