Re: [Czechlist] Sentence I simply do not understand (2)
- We don't have counts either weirdly - they're a European thing... Earls and countesses in Britain.
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From: James Kirchner
Sent: Thursday, December 08, 2011 12:29 PM
Subject: Re: [Czechlist] Sentence I simply do not understand (2)
Thanks for this Charlie. Michigan has something called Recorder's Court, and I've always wondered what "recorder" meant when it was instituted. It's presided over by a judge.
Of course, we also have counties but no counts.
On Dec 8, 2011, at 2:04 AM, Charlie Stanford Translations wrote:
> A Recorder is basically just a judge Kostas. In the lawsuit between XY and Riverside, the judge has found (ruled/decided/adjudicated) in favour of Riverside (Riverside won the case), so XY has to leave his house.
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> Sent: Thursday, December 08, 2011 4:24 AM
> Subject: [Czechlist] Sentence I simply do not understand (2)
> XY, 49, was ordered to leave his home in Main Street after Recorder Pratt QC found in favour of Riverside at Liverpool County Court.
> RecorderI do not understand the second part of the sentence: after Recorder....
> Would you please reword it for me?
> Too much UK realia specific for me:-)
> I put XY instead of the name.
> Thank you,
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