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Discussion in 'Legal Terminology' started by fi4you, Feb 1, 2008.

  1. fi4you Senior Member

    Santa Rosa, California, USA
    El Salvador - Spanish
    If you fail to take care of this matter continued attempts will be made at your home or place of business, or a warrant for your arrest may be, issued.

    Si no resuelve este asunto, continuaremos tratando en su casa o en su trabajo. Es posible se expida una orden de arresto en su contra.

    Si no resuelve este asunto seguiremos tratando en su casa o en su trabajo y es probable se expida contra usted una orden de arresto.

    Si no resuelve este asunto trataremos continuamente (o constantemente) [de entregarselos] en su casa o en su trabajo y podría expedirse una orden para su arresto.
     
  2. David Senior Member

    "continued attempts will be made at your home" doesn´t explain the purpose of the "intents." Seems to me in English, we would normally say "an attempt to do something:" "contact you," "serve you with papers," "collect this debt...", sthg like that. Hence:--

    se realizarán repetidos intentos [¿para entregarle personalmente este documento?]
     
  3. fi4you Senior Member

    Santa Rosa, California, USA
    El Salvador - Spanish
    Thank you. The original document doesn't say but it's about serving them with court documents like an order to show cause or an order to appear.
     

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