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    Question what is the correct way to translate....

    ".....may more fully and at large appear..."

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    Default Re: what is the correct way to translate....

    Hi Octavia!
    Do you think you can provide more context for that translation?

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    Default Re: what is the correct way to translate....

    Sure it's for a power of attorney.

    The sentence I am stuck in is ...as by the aforesaid letter of Attorney may more fully and at large appear....

    I have .... por el antedicho poder otorgado puede representar o implicar.

    I have played with a few other variations but none read well in Spanish and I feel I missed the mark by light-years. I would love to use something that makes more sense.

    Any help in the form of examples, variations, or links to translating legal phrases (not just dictionarues as I have looked into a few) would be appreciated

    Thanks

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    Default Re: what is the correct way to translate....

    puede más completamente y en grande parece

    my humble answer.. but correct me if im wrong owkie thanks!

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    Default Re: what is the correct way to translate....

    Thank you!

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    Default Re: what is the correct way to translate....

    appear can be translated as comparecer
    fully: totalmente, completamente
    at large: libremente or en general...not sure about the legal translation in this case.

    puede comparecer total y libremente...could be a way to translate it but I'm not into the legal field, so there may be more ways to put it...
    hope it helps!
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