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5 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?)

 

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5 months ago

plaisirsdelavie  See profile wrote:

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)

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5 months ago

Ffion Marianne Moyle  See profile wrote:

duly authorised

My comment:

literally held to account or considered as proven

5 months ago

elvis  See profile wrote:

Consider as a prove

5 months ago

CMD  See profile wrote:

consider (sth) as being served/delivered

Comments by other colleagues on this answer:

5 months ago

CMD  See profile wrote:

[here] signifier : to deliver, to serve, to inform, to notify