corrección material involuntaria

Discussion in 'Legal Terminology' started by China Girl, Jun 23, 2013.

  1. China Girl Senior Member

    Phrase appears in cover letter relating to the transfer of prisoners from Costa Rica to England.

    "Sirvase encontrar adjuntos resoluciones de [xxx] y [xxx] las cuales contienen la corrección material involuntaria en que se había incurrido."

    Can someone advise if this relates to type of crime and imprisonment e.g. involuntary imprisonment for "correction" of a material crime?

    I am having trouble translating this sentence as a whole. My current attempt is as follows. Any advice is much appreciated.

    Please find attached judgements for [xxx] and [xxx], which contain the involuntary correction of the material error that has been committed.
  2. No; I understand that the mentioned judgements had been corrected. Thus "material correction" as the act of correct a mistake or inaccuracy on the document.

    Anyway, I understand your problem in translating that part. it is quite a confusing phrase.

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