adhérents en procédure contentieuse

20:28 Apr 27, 2005
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French to English translations [PRO]
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French term or phrase: adhérents en procédure contentieuse
In an annual report for an IT company, 'créances douteuses adhérents compromises' seems to refer to bad debts from parties involved in litigation against the company?

"Le compte « créances douteuses adhérents compromises » enregistre les sommes dues par les adhérents en procédure contentieuse."
Stephanie Mitchel
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5bad debts from parties to out-of-court dispute settlements
Jane Lamb-Ruiz (X)
3parties involved in a litigation
PaoloM


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adhérents en procédure contentieuse
parties involved in a litigation


Explanation:
c'est comme tu l'avais pensé

PaoloM
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adhérents en procédure contentieuse
bad debts from parties to out-of-court dispute settlements


Explanation:
Adherents= parties to an out-of-court dispute settlement...

because on adhère à la concordat (the compromise or settlement)...in other words, they agreed to pay some percentage of the debt and then they didn't....

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Note added at 11 mins (2005-04-27 20:40:21 GMT)
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adherents en procedure contentieiuse..or non-contentieuse??

These are parties that accepted a settlement and then renegged on it..




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