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Hi Anthony,

Le 2012-09-16 00:48, Anthony Easthope a écrit :
Quick Question - Surely the legal language varies across some countries?
I know for instance some legal terms in New Zealand are unique to here ,
Although they are specifically related to areas of law that are beyond
my study. Don't ask me to provide some examples -- Was the result of a
question put forward to me by a friend on Friday

The TDF/LibreOffice global websites use International language as its international language base. The documents will not be a legal document, but a translation of a legal document. The TDF is registered in Germany and the legal documents are in DE.



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