from our side/on our part/for us


Senior Member
The proponent appeared before the court and said: There is nothing new from our side.

Does this literal translation sound OK for you or would you rather use
There is nothing new on our part.
There is nothing new for us.
OR something different?


  • panjandrum

    Lapsed Moderator
    English-Ireland (top end)
    "There is nothing new, or nothing more, from our side," sounds perfectly OK to me and much better than the other suggestions, but I am not an expert on court terminology. There is probably a very precise form of words that is used in this context - sorry, but I can't help on that.

    I'm not sure about your use of "proponent".
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