a constructive or actual total loss

Russian translation: конструктивная полная или фактическая полная гибель

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English term or phrase:a constructive or actual total loss
Russian translation:конструктивная полная или фактическая полная гибель
Entered by: Anna Krupnova

23:08 Mar 6, 2010
English to Russian translations [PRO]
Law: Contract(s) / судостроительный контракт
English term or phrase: a constructive or actual total loss
Should the VESSEL from any cause not attributed to the CONTRACTOR (including its employees, agents subcontractors etc.) become or be deemed to be at any time a constructive or actual total loss under the insurance policy, this CONTRACT shall if not otherwise agreed between the parties thereupon absolutely cease and terminate in respect of the lost VESSEL only without any liability whatsoever on the part of the CONTRACTOR.
Anna Krupnova
Russian Federation
Local time: 02:05
конструктивная гибель
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конструктивная или фактическая гибель

полная конструктивная гибель имущества происходит в том случае, когда сумма ущерба в связи с повреждением или утратой груза оказывается меньше его полной стоимости, но расходы по спасанию груза были бы больше, чем остаточная стоимость груза.
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A constructive loss is where it is not practical to repair a vehicle (specifics vary by state and by insurance policy in the US). The damaged vehicle is not, strictly speaking, a loss as one normally thinks about it, but on a practical level if it costs more to repair the vehicle than the vehicle is worth, or under other circumstances, it may be considered a loss "constructively."
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Deborah Hoffman
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5 +2конструктивная гибель
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конструктивная гибель


Explanation:
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Note added at 5 hrs (2010-03-07 04:21:21 GMT)
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конструктивная или фактическая гибель

полная конструктивная гибель имущества происходит в том случае, когда сумма ущерба в связи с повреждением или утратой груза оказывается меньше его полной стоимости, но расходы по спасанию груза были бы больше, чем остаточная стоимость груза.
http://www.znay.ru/dictionary/1496.shtml

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Note added at 5 hrs (2010-03-07 04:24:31 GMT)
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A constructive loss is where it is not practical to repair a vehicle (specifics vary by state and by insurance policy in the US). The damaged vehicle is not, strictly speaking, a loss as one normally thinks about it, but on a practical level if it costs more to repair the vehicle than the vehicle is worth, or under other circumstances, it may be considered a loss "constructively."

Deborah Hoffman
Local time: 18:05
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agree  Yuri Zhukov: конструктивная полная или фактическая полная
1 hr

agree  Vladimir Morozov: with Yuri Zhukov
7 hrs
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