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3 months ago

Rosa (a guest user) asked this question:

Language pair:

French > English

Subject:

Law / Certificates

Level of diffculty:

Easy / medium

Word or term in question:

tenir pour signifié

Context:

...intervenir dans tout acte de transport, de délégation ou d'indication de paiement, l'accepter et le tenir pour signifié.

This is in the "Prêts et Garanties" section of a power of attorney (issued and executed in Quebec). (I'm wondering if signifié really should be signification?)

 

 

The answer of plaisirsdelavie  See profile was rated best

consider it as duly notified

My comment:

"signifier" , from a legal standpoint means that the person has been duly informed (usually by a bailiff who has drawn up a writ) about the contents of what he has signed up and its legal consequences.

My references:

cf signification ou notification? (www.lexbase.fr)