droits compromis

English translation: rights (being) compromised

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French term or phrase:droits compromis
English translation:rights (being) compromised
Entered by: Mark Nathan

22:24 May 2, 2017
French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Law: Contract(s) / Insolvency
French term or phrase: droits compromis
En cas de droits compromis d’une manière ou d’une autre, du fait de l’insolvabilité de l’acheteur, d’une faillite ou d’une saisie infructueuse, temps que les produits livrés ne sont pas entièrement payés le Vendeur peut résilier le contrat et demander la restitution des produits livrés non encore payés, à condition que, après demande et dans un délai raisonnable n’excédant pas trente (30) jours, l’acheteur n’ait produit aucune garantie de paiement.

This is the entirety of the "Insolvabilité" section of the Terms of Sale of a Swiss wine company. I was thinking of leaving the first bit out and just saying, "In the event of insolvency, bankruptcy...." But am concerned that that might not carry the full meaning ? Any comments welcome.
Mark Nathan
France
Local time: 22:44
rights (being) compromised
Explanation:
I don't think you can cut this out

"In the event of rights being compromised, in one or another manner, by the insolvency...etc..."
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rights (being) compromised


Explanation:
I don't think you can cut this out

"In the event of rights being compromised, in one or another manner, by the insolvency...etc..."

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agree  Nikki Scott-Despaigne: It should not be left out. "In the event of rights being compromised in any way, (such as) the purchaser's insolvency, etc."
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agree  mrrafe
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agree  JohnMcDove
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agree  Chakib Roula
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agree  writeaway: definitely can't be "left out". hard to see what else this could be
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agree  Daryo
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