It means encounter, shock, confrontation. It comes from the Latin word occursus . It can also be considered as synonymous with demand, request, order, order, request, request.
In the jurisprudence of some countries it would be a written request or demand. It comes from the Latin occursus ( "encounter, shock, conflict" ) , formed by the prefix ob_ ( "contra , opposite" ) cursus ( "course , direction" ) .
It is an appeal against the refusal of registration issued by the Registrar and which stands before the competent judge, when the judge is who denies the request. stands on appeal
LIC. LUIS ARTURO TAPIA ARELLANO
IT IS THE WRITING THAT CONTAINS THE RESPONSE OF AN AUTHORITY, I.E. A PARTICULAR NOMPUEDE ISSUE PETITION.
MAURICIO ROMERO GALICIA
CARRIED-MEANS "WRITTEN " IS VERY COMMON TO USE THIS WORD IN LEGAL SLANG, EG. THROUGH THIS CARRIED I AM WRITING TO YOU BC JUDGE FOR....
carried on right is synonym of auto, written, which is a pediment or allegation in litigation or cause.
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