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8 months ago

Kate (a guest user) asked this question:

Language pair:

French > English


Law / Certificates

Level of diffculty:

Easy / medium

Word or term in question:



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

This is a birth certificate from the Ivory Coast


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.

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