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5 months ago

Kate (a guest user) asked this question:

Language pair:

French > English

Subject:

Law / Certificates

Level of diffculty:

Easy / medium

Word or term in question:

S.T.D.

Context:

Naissance de : [Nom]
Suivant J.S. No. ### du [date] de la S.T.D.

This is a birth certificate from the Ivory Coast

Keywords:

thx in advance

 

 

The answer of plaisirsdelavie  See profile was rated best

in accordance with the supplementary judgement (JS) ... rendered on (date)by the lower court.

My comment:

The laws are not the same in Britain and in France or the Ivory Coast.
When a birth has not been declared in time (up to 3 months after the birth) you have to ask foor a JS = jugement supplétif to the president of the lower court. STD must mean Section du Tribunal (de première instance) but I don't know about the meaning of "D". Anyway, I've given you the gist of the matter.

My references:

http://www.loidici.com/piecesadm/piecesadmjugementsuppletifnais.php