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3 months ago

Rosa (a guest user) asked this question:

Language pair:

French > English


Law / Certificates

Level of diffculty:

Easy / medium

Word or term in question:

E. and M.


ink stamp on a legal document

Frais avancés
Timbre 2500
E.Pages 2000
E.Instance 4000
Débours 15000
Grosse expédition 23000
Minute 27500
TOTAL 68000

What do the E. and M. stand for in the above? It's a legal judgment rendered by a court in the Ivory Coast.


thank you



The answer of CMD  See profile was rated best

E. = executed copy OR execution and M.= original text OR original

My comment:

E. = expédition (donc ici aussi un droit d’expédition)
i.e. executed copy OR execution

M. = minute (original d’un acte)
i.e. original text OR original

My references:

cf. Doucet/Fleck, Dict. jurid.
Potonnier, Dict. jurid.