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Prescripción de acciones

English translation: Limitation of actions

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Spanish term or phrase:Prescripción de acciones
English translation:Limitation of actions
Entered by: Margarita Ezquerra (Smart Translators, S.L.)
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07:10 Apr 23, 2008
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Bus/Financial - Insurance
Spanish term or phrase: Prescripción de acciones
uff! it's quite complex this incurance contract - sorry about so many questions...

I think I know what it means, but interested in checking I have it right.

It falls under the section "Other matters of interest".
"Prescripción de acciones. Las acciones para exigir derechos derivados del contrato prescriben a los dos años"

Many thanks
Comunican
United Kingdom
Local time: 21:06
Limitation of actions
Explanation:
Suerte

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Note added at 55 minutos (2008-04-23 08:05:45 GMT)
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limitation of actions n. the period of time in which a person has to file with the clerk of the court or appropriate agency what he/she/it believes is a valid lawsuit or claim. The period varies greatly depending on what type of case is involved, whether the suit is against the government, whether it is by a minor, and most importantly, in what state or federal jurisdiction the right to sue arose. This is more commonly called the Statute of Limitations, which are specific periods for various claims in each state. limitation of actions n. the period of time in which a person has to file with the clerk of the court or appropriate agency what he/she/it believes is a valid lawsuit or claim. The period varies greatly depending on what type of case is involved, whether the suit is against the government, whether it is by a minor, and most importantly, in what state or federal jurisdiction the right to sue arose. This is more commonly called the Statute of Limitations, which are specific periods for various claims in each state. (See: Statute of Limitations)

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Local time: 22:06
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Limitation of actions


Explanation:
Suerte

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Note added at 55 minutos (2008-04-23 08:05:45 GMT)
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limitation of actions n. the period of time in which a person has to file with the clerk of the court or appropriate agency what he/she/it believes is a valid lawsuit or claim. The period varies greatly depending on what type of case is involved, whether the suit is against the government, whether it is by a minor, and most importantly, in what state or federal jurisdiction the right to sue arose. This is more commonly called the Statute of Limitations, which are specific periods for various claims in each state. limitation of actions n. the period of time in which a person has to file with the clerk of the court or appropriate agency what he/she/it believes is a valid lawsuit or claim. The period varies greatly depending on what type of case is involved, whether the suit is against the government, whether it is by a minor, and most importantly, in what state or federal jurisdiction the right to sue arose. This is more commonly called the Statute of Limitations, which are specific periods for various claims in each state. (See: Statute of Limitations)

http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/limitation of ...

Margarita Ezquerra (Smart Translators, S.L.)
Spain
Local time: 22:06
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
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