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faire citer à comparaitre

Discussion in 'French-English Vocabulary / Vocabulaire Français-Anglais' started by LD83, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. LD83 New Member

    English - UK
    Hello, I have read the other posts on citer à comparaitre but was hoping someone could confirm that I have got the right meaning for this sentence?

    M et Mme X ont fait citer à comparaitre devant le Tribunal M et Mme Y pour obtenir la désignation de tel expert qu’il plaira au Tribunal avec la mission suivante :

    Either:

    M et Mme X have summoned M et Mme Y before this court in order to have a Court approved expert assigned to the following mission/assignment:

    or :

    M et Mme X have asked for M et Mme Y to be summoned before this court in order to have a Court approved expert assigned to the following mission/assignment:

    Thank you!
     
  2. tomy1 Senior Member

    montreal
    french
    what about subpoena?
     
  3. bh7 Senior Member

    Limestone City
    Canada; English
    No, "summon" or "summons" is the right word here.

    Mr and Mrs X summonsed Mr and Mrs Y / served a summons on Mr and Mrs Y to appear before this court to have an expert appointed as the court deems fit to carry out the following assignment:
     
  4. LD83 New Member

    English - UK
    Perfect, thank you so much!
     

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