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    The new Dominican Constitution, enacted January 26, 2010, is now available in a readable, English translation, done by me. The publication was sponsored by Gaceta Judicial, the leading law review in the Dominican Republic, and by The American Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic (AMCHAMDR).

    For orders, please call 809-255-0980 or 809-540-3455, or write to libreria@gacetajudicial.com.do. Identify yourself as coming from DR1 so I can give Dolores and Robert their due. The price is 300 pesos.

    The translation is also available in the Amazon Kindle Store as an e-book for $6. Amazon.com: constitution dominican republic: Kindle Store
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    Las Terrenas, Samaná, Bávaro (Punta Cana) and La Romana
    Dominican Republic


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    The opinion above should not be construed to be formal legal advice and was given without reviewing the facts and documents pertinent to the case. The reader should NOT act based upon this opinion without seeking professional counsel.

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    Hi, thanks for sharing. Its a bit technical but very
    informative. Keep it up.

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    I will buy this. Thanks.


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    Why would I have to pay $300 peso to get one? I though it should be free to the public since spanish version does. I may be missing something here, help me understand this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiamiDRGuy View Post
    Why would I have to pay $300 peso to get one? I though it should be free to the public since spanish version does. I may be missing something here, help me understand this.
    The official documents are in Spanish.

    Dr. Guzman took it upon himself to translate the document into English, which I can imagine is quite a bit of work(I've translated legal documents myself).

    Dr. Guzman has kindly posted the availability of the document for the low sum of DR$ 300 in electronic form.

    I say that is cheap and commend Dr. Guzman for his efforts.

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