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...that are qualified as to materiality...

French translation: pertinence ou degré de pertinence

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English term or phrase:...that are qualified as to materiality...
French translation:pertinence ou degré de pertinence
Entered by: Karim Oualladi
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08:28 Dec 15, 2005
English to French translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Finance (general) / Share purchase agreement
English term or phrase: ...that are qualified as to materiality...
In : "All of the representations and warranties of Shareholders set forth in the Stock Purchase Agreement that are qualified as to materiality shall be true and complete in all respects and any such representation or warranty that is not so qualified shall be true and complete in all material respects,..."
Est-il question d'importance relative ou de degré/ niveau d'importance ? Y a-t-il une expression consacrée ?
ISABELLE MEURVILLE
France
Local time: 00:51
pertinence ou egré de pertinence
Explanation:
oops, je viens de lire ta question! ici on parle de "relevancy" :degrés d'importance ou pertinence

en général (compta):
Materiality=importance relative
Materiality level:Seuil de signification
http://www.economicas-online.com/glosarios/pol_gl.htm

voici qlq déf:
an expression of the relative significance or importance of a particular matter in the context of the organization as a whole.
www1.wfubmc.edu/audit/IS+Terms.htm

The concept that recognizes that small or insignificant deviations from generally accepted accounting principals can be treated in the easiest manner.
www.crfonline.org/orc/glossary/m.html

Relevancy. (1) In insurance law, all facts that affect an insurer's risk-appraisal decision. (2) In accounting, the quality of accounting information that requires companies to disclose all significant information in their financial statements.
www.minnesotamutual.com/news/glossary_pages/glossary_m.asp

Information important enough to change an investor's decision. Materiality includes the absolute value and relationship of an amount to other information.
www.austin.cc.tx.us/audit/Glossary/LetterM.htm

The FTC theoretically will not regulate a deceptive advertisement unless the deceptive claim is also material. This means, in simple terms, that the claim must be important to consumers, rather than trivial. The FTC requires that the deception be likely to affect consumers' "choice of, or conduct regarding, a product."
www.marketconscious.com/dict3.htm

relevance requiring careful consideration
the quality of being physical; consisting of matter
wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn

Ils parlent de garanties d'actionnaires donc le choix de la "specialty" sur Proz devrait etre à mon avis "insurance"
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Karim Oualladi
Morocco
Local time: 23:51
Grading comment
Merci, et bonne fêtes !
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pertinence ou egré de pertinence


Explanation:
oops, je viens de lire ta question! ici on parle de "relevancy" :degrés d'importance ou pertinence

en général (compta):
Materiality=importance relative
Materiality level:Seuil de signification
http://www.economicas-online.com/glosarios/pol_gl.htm

voici qlq déf:
an expression of the relative significance or importance of a particular matter in the context of the organization as a whole.
www1.wfubmc.edu/audit/IS+Terms.htm

The concept that recognizes that small or insignificant deviations from generally accepted accounting principals can be treated in the easiest manner.
www.crfonline.org/orc/glossary/m.html

Relevancy. (1) In insurance law, all facts that affect an insurer's risk-appraisal decision. (2) In accounting, the quality of accounting information that requires companies to disclose all significant information in their financial statements.
www.minnesotamutual.com/news/glossary_pages/glossary_m.asp

Information important enough to change an investor's decision. Materiality includes the absolute value and relationship of an amount to other information.
www.austin.cc.tx.us/audit/Glossary/LetterM.htm

The FTC theoretically will not regulate a deceptive advertisement unless the deceptive claim is also material. This means, in simple terms, that the claim must be important to consumers, rather than trivial. The FTC requires that the deception be likely to affect consumers' "choice of, or conduct regarding, a product."
www.marketconscious.com/dict3.htm

relevance requiring careful consideration
the quality of being physical; consisting of matter
wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn

Ils parlent de garanties d'actionnaires donc le choix de la "specialty" sur Proz devrait etre à mon avis "insurance"

Karim Oualladi
Morocco
Local time: 23:51
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Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench, Native in ArabicArabic
PRO pts in category: 105
Grading comment
Merci, et bonne fêtes !
Notes to answerer
Asker: Merci de votre contribution, donc a pourrait se traduire par qqch comme : "d'importance relativement significative" ?

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