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|Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Spanish term or phrase: Ley de Contrato de Trabajo|
|Desde la fecha de los Estados Contables Auditados , copia de los cuales ha sido entregada a los Compradores, la Sociedad ha realizado sus negocios sólo en la forma ordinaria y de acuerdo con su práctica previa, y no ha efectuado ninguna distribución o pago de bonificación o participación de ganancias de cualquier clase, o pagos extraordinarios en exceso de lo previsto en la Ley de Contrato de Trabajo, a cualesquiera directores, gerentes o empleados, o establecido condiciones especiales respecto de las indemnizaciones por despidos, enfermedades y accidentes|
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|it was for Argentina! thanks!!|
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employment contract law /Employment Contract Act
What they are saying in layperson terms is that the directors etc have not received any kind of payment other than the salaries they were contracted for. They are swearing not to have made payments (that might act as a precedent perhaps?) nor to have promised any payments, over and above those contracted. If the company is being sold, then the buyers probably want guarantees that the funds of the company are essentially intact.
...or extraordinary payments, in excess of those provided for in the (corresponding) employment contract law/Employment Contract Act, to any directors, maagers or employees whatsoever ...
Given that an exact equivalent may not exist, this is how I would translate it, sufficiently inclusive to avoid any possible interpretation problems. That's a common sense approach - I'm not a legal translator, so I'm not sure what the prescribed practice is in these cases.
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"...Employment Contracts Act 1991..." (GB)
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