conditionnement du corps du défunt

English translation: preparation of the deceased's/deceased person's remains

11:25 Jul 25, 2018
French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Insurance
French term or phrase: conditionnement du corps du défunt
Travel insurance policy. Actions by insurer in the event of the death of the insured:

"Les frais directement nécessités par le transport du corps (manutention, aménagements spécifiques au transport, conditionnement) à concurrence du montant indiqué au Tableau des Garanties."
Mpoma
United Kingdom
Local time: 01:13
English translation:preparation of the deceased's/deceased person's remains
Explanation:


"The repatriation of mortal remains typically covers body preparation..."
https://www.theguardian.com/money/2007/nov/28/expat-finance-...

"Preparing The Body For Transport"
https://www.everplans.com/articles/how-to-transport-a-body-v...

"This doesn’t include other typical funeral costs like transportation, preparation of the body, grave liners, flowers, or the headstone."
https://www.lhlic.com/final-expense-insurance/

Repatriation benefits are focused around the appropriate preparation and transportation of the deceased traveler back to their home country. As such, the eligible expenses include the following:
Reasonable preparation of the body for transportation, including cremation or embalming, a minimally necessary container appropriate for transportation, shipping costs and the necessary governmental authorizations.
https://www.visitorsinsurancereviews.com/repatriation-covera...

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Note added at 1 hr (2018-07-25 12:51:11 GMT)
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Note: I chose "remains" rather than "body" because while "body" is OK for a newspaper article or a website, I assume that a formal term is required for an insurance policy
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ph-b
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Local time: 02:13
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preparation of the deceased's/deceased person's remains


Explanation:


"The repatriation of mortal remains typically covers body preparation..."
https://www.theguardian.com/money/2007/nov/28/expat-finance-...

"Preparing The Body For Transport"
https://www.everplans.com/articles/how-to-transport-a-body-v...

"This doesn’t include other typical funeral costs like transportation, preparation of the body, grave liners, flowers, or the headstone."
https://www.lhlic.com/final-expense-insurance/

Repatriation benefits are focused around the appropriate preparation and transportation of the deceased traveler back to their home country. As such, the eligible expenses include the following:
Reasonable preparation of the body for transportation, including cremation or embalming, a minimally necessary container appropriate for transportation, shipping costs and the necessary governmental authorizations.
https://www.visitorsinsurancereviews.com/repatriation-covera...

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Note added at 1 hr (2018-07-25 12:51:11 GMT)
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Note: I chose "remains" rather than "body" because while "body" is OK for a newspaper article or a website, I assume that a formal term is required for an insurance policy

ph-b
France
Local time: 02:13
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in category: 8
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agree  philgoddard
35 mins

agree  Kevin Oheix
1 hr

agree  B D Finch: Definitely better than "packing the corpse".
2 hrs

agree  Steve R: Agree, but I would go for "body". Simple language is always best, especially in retail financial products.
3 hrs
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