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14:30 May 19, 2003
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French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
French term or phrase: affaires admissibles à l\\\'
Context: a dispute between 2 life insurance agents. This is a letter from one lawyer and contains this heading: "Transfert des droits à des commissions futures sur les affaires admissibles à l'acquisition."

Can someone please help me decipher this. TIA
Wyley Powell
Canada
Local time: 06:25
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Summary of answers provided
5businesses or business unit coverable under the acquisitionJane Lamb-Ruiz
4 +1business eligible to/for the acquisitionxxxTransflux
3 +1cases admissible for acquisition
smartJIT
4...to the future comissions regarding the affairs pertinent to the acquisitionxxxalpha&omega
4cases admissible
Parrot
3Assignment of rights to future commissions on any business covered under the sale
Yolanda Broad


  

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10 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5
cases admissible


Explanation:
is a possible legal reading. However, this leaves me wondering about "acquisition".


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cases admissible for acquisition


Explanation:
my 2 cents

smartJIT
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agree  TanyaF
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business eligible to/for the acquisition


Explanation:
There is for sure a better way of putting it but that is what it means methinks

xxxTransflux
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agree  Paul Becke: Sounds right, though I wonder about the definite article.
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...to the future comissions regarding the affairs pertinent to the acquisition


Explanation:
try to think what they mean

xxxalpha&omega
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businesses or business unit coverable under the acquisition


Explanation:
I think it refers to changing the policy and which business will still be coverable after the acquisition by the same policy to be decided by some sort of ocmmission

admissibles to me means admissible à la couverture

here are some sample in French of that:

de personnes croient que leur régime provincial d'assurance-maladie couvrira ... charge
en raison d'une invalidité) est admissible à la couverture des personnes ...
www.selectionrd.ca/finance/manu_H2F.html - 34k - Cached - Similar pages

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... Demande de règlement Assurance-maladie complémentaire Veuillez imprimer ce ... jours
suivant la date à laquelle ce dernier devient admissible à la couverture. ...
www.manulife.ca/canada/GB_v2.nsf/Public/adv_formsf - 31k - Cached - Similar pages

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Note added at 2003-05-19 19:12:26 (GMT)
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I don\'t know if say Coverable under the policy but that is what is means and I can\'t think of how to say that exactly right


ádmissible in English is for court cases and this is not what is being discussed, IMO

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Note added at 2003-05-19 19:13:07 (GMT)
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How about\"

Businesses qualifying [for coverage] under the or after the acquisition

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Note added at 2003-05-19 19:30:20 (GMT)
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FINAL: the sentence right above this....



Jane Lamb-Ruiz
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Assignment of rights to future commissions on any business covered under the sale


Explanation:
I know I’m coming along over a month late on this one, and I hope you got your problem solved, but I wanted to take a whack at this.

You probably have a better idea of whether the dispute involved the sale of a business, but that’s what it looks like to me. If so, then “transfert” = “assignment,” and “droits” = plain old “rights.” Insurance agents derive their livelihood from commissions on the insurance they sell, so if party A sold the business to party B, the core of the business being sold would be those commissions, whether residual commissions, or those from new sales from leads developed by the previous owner. Finally, there is the term you needed, “admissible à” = covered under (i.e., those items/parts of the business that were being sold).

Assignment of rights to future commissions on any business covered under the sale.


Yolanda Broad
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