LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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Of course, might be others ways of saying that, mainly when it comes to government organizations. So, this was only a kick off, okay?
About Universities (I think this rule equally applies to other government institutuions as well), take a look at: http://www.sk.com.br/forum/display_message.php?message_id=76038
There are several types of courts, civil, criminal, federal, Municipal.
For example, there´s a Federal Court in Sao Paulo, so, it is São Paulo state´s Federal Court...
In general, you can refer to the court you cited, just the way you said.
It´s up to you to put it in English or Portuguese (while translating), I think.
Let´s wait the experts in Law
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