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importe así recibido o recuperado de haberse recibido

English translation: amount/sum thus received or recovered, [see below]

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Spanish term or phrase:importe así recibido o recuperado de haberse recibido
English translation:amount/sum thus received or recovered, [see below]
Entered by: Sherry Godfrey
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20:09 Jan 16, 2008
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Spanish term or phrase: importe así recibido o recuperado de haberse recibido
From a credit contract:

En el supuesto de producirse amortizaciones o reducciones del límite anticipadas que no coincidieran con un periodo de interés, el Acreditado pagará a las Entidades Acreditantes un importe igual al Tipo de Interés Ordinario, excluido el Margen, que hubiera sido pagadero por el Acreditado sobre el importe así recibido o recuperado de haberse recibido o recuperado en la siguiente fecha de vencimiento de un periodo de interés en la medida en que exceda del importe del interés que las Entidades Acreditantes hubieran recibido en dicha fecha.

It's the "recuperado de haberse recibido" for which I'm seeking an eloquent translation...thanks in advance!
Sherry Godfrey
Local time: 11:30
amount/sum thus received or recovered, [see below]
Explanation:
Sherry: you have to insert a missing comma to understand the statement correctly:
el importe así recibido o recuperado, de haberse recibido o recuperado en la siguiente fecha de vencimiento

and then you translate the sentence as follows:

the amount [or sum] thus received or recovered, in case [or "if"] it has been received or recovered on the following [or next, or subsequent] expiration date........

"de haberse recibido" is to be understood as "in case it was or has been received". I'll give you an example:
"De haberme ido más temprano, hubiera llegado a tiempo".
"Had I left earlier, I would have arrived in time". It's a different form for the conditional.
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Nelida Kreer
Uruguay
Local time: 06:30
Grading comment
Thanks so much for the clarification Niki-K! Now, I get it... :)
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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amount/sum thus received or recovered, [see below]


Explanation:
Sherry: you have to insert a missing comma to understand the statement correctly:
el importe así recibido o recuperado, de haberse recibido o recuperado en la siguiente fecha de vencimiento

and then you translate the sentence as follows:

the amount [or sum] thus received or recovered, in case [or "if"] it has been received or recovered on the following [or next, or subsequent] expiration date........

"de haberse recibido" is to be understood as "in case it was or has been received". I'll give you an example:
"De haberme ido más temprano, hubiera llegado a tiempo".
"Had I left earlier, I would have arrived in time". It's a different form for the conditional.


Nelida Kreer
Uruguay
Local time: 06:30
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Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in category: 32
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Thanks so much for the clarification Niki-K! Now, I get it... :)
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