ontruimd, als oninbaar afgerekend

English translation: evicted, written off as irrecoverable

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Dutch term or phrase:ontruimd, als oninbaar afgerekend
English translation:evicted, written off as irrecoverable
Entered by: Lucy Simpson

21:19 Oct 6, 2004
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Real Estate
Dutch term or phrase: ontruimd, als oninbaar afgerekend
More from this list of rent arrears.

I have a number of variations on a theme in the 'action' column of the spreadsheet e.g.

Oud huurder, afboeken
Ontruimd, afboeken
Oud huurder (ontruiming), afboeken
Ontruimd, waarborgsom overgeboekt

Given that we are talking about rent arrears, would each occasion of someone being 'ontruimd' mean that there was an eviction?

Also, given that afrekenen means 'to settle', I'm not quite sure how that works with 'oninbaar'. Should I use 'written off' in this context?
Lucy Simpson
Local time: 00:18
ontruimd=evicted, oninbaar=uncollectable, irrecoverable
Explanation:
Former tenant/renter, write-off
Evicted, write-off
Former tenant/renter (eviction), write-off
Evicted, deposit transferred
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FullCircle (X)
Netherlands
Local time: 01:18
Grading comment
Many thanks!
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4 +2ontruimd=evicted, oninbaar=uncollectable, irrecoverable
FullCircle (X)


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ontruimd=evicted, oninbaar=uncollectable, irrecoverable


Explanation:
Former tenant/renter, write-off
Evicted, write-off
Former tenant/renter (eviction), write-off
Evicted, deposit transferred

FullCircle (X)
Netherlands
Local time: 01:18
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Many thanks!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Arsen Nazarian: fully agree
47 mins
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agree  writeaway: as in Jurlex, but tenant/lessee, not renter
10 hrs
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