Pour fruit

English translation: as a result

09:29 Dec 5, 2019
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
French term or phrase: Pour fruit
Hi! I was reading this court decision and came across this expression. Out of curiosity, I wanted to know what it means, but for the last 2 hours, I have not been able to find the meaning nor find the expression in any legal document. It is a petition for the return of children abducted by one of the parents and taken out of their national territory. At the end of the petitioner's list of actions to be taken by the court, comes this statement
"Pour fruit,

then

"Infirmer cette décision,"

What could be the meaning of "Pour fruit" all the more as the next statement "Infirmer cette décision," means "to overrule this decision"?
Fadidac Champrien
Cameroon
Local time: 10:44
English translation:as a result
Explanation:
That was the only thing I could think of to be honest!
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Fatine777
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Local time: 04:44
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as a result


Explanation:
That was the only thing I could think of to be honest!

Fatine777
United States
Local time: 04:44
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agree  AllegroTrans: Yes this is the effective meaning. You could crib a more usual English legal style perhaps and use something like "And accordingly"
46 mins

agree  Yvonne Gallagher: "And accordingly"
2 hrs

agree  Timothy Rake
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