inscriptions de privilège de la sécurité sociale

English translation: preferential social security claims registered [against the company]

06:34 Feb 23, 2018
French to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
French term or phrase: inscriptions de privilège de la sécurité sociale
This is a list of "inscriptions prises sur la sociéte X" (i.e. Inscriptions de privilège et de nantissement), although the header just says "État des inscriptions", which I have as "List of entries".

- Deux (2) inscriptions de privilège de la sécurité sociale et des régimes complémentaires

After some research, I understand that this is a list of entries (or records) describing securities/pledges/liens put up by the company to secure loans, payment of cotisations sociales/workers' benefits, etc.
My concern is how I can put each part of the sentence into natural-sounding English, and in particular how to join "inscriptions" and "privilège".
I have
- Two (2) entries pertaining to securities for social security and complementary pension schemes.
(The repetition of security/securities is unfortunate, but necessary if I am going to keep privilège = security and nantissement = pledge, which is what I have at the moment).

The list goes on:
- Aucune inscription de privilège au Trésor Public;
- Aucune inscription de protêt;
etc
This page offers a translation and description of "inscriptions de privilège et nantissement" but I don't trust it: https://www.infogreffe.com/informations-et-dossiers-entrepri...

The source is an assignment agreement for the takeover of a company in France.
Target: U.S. English.
Joshua Parker
Mexico
Local time: 16:26
English translation:preferential social security claims registered [against the company]
Explanation:
Under French law, certain creditors are entitled to be paid before others - their claims are said to be "créances privilégiées" (see web reference).
"Inscription" refers to registration of the debt or lien with the commercial court.

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Note added at 12 hrs (2018-02-23 19:10:53 GMT)
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Your suggestion translates only part of the content of the entire French phrase. My suggestion would be:
Registration of two (2) preferential social security and supplementary scheme claims
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Virginia Hamilton
France
Local time: 01:26
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preferential social security claims registered [against the company]


Explanation:
Under French law, certain creditors are entitled to be paid before others - their claims are said to be "créances privilégiées" (see web reference).
"Inscription" refers to registration of the debt or lien with the commercial court.

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Note added at 12 hrs (2018-02-23 19:10:53 GMT)
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Your suggestion translates only part of the content of the entire French phrase. My suggestion would be:
Registration of two (2) preferential social security and supplementary scheme claims


    Reference: http://bofip.impots.gouv.fr/bofip/1613-PGP.html
Virginia Hamilton
France
Local time: 01:26
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Thank you.
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thank you. So perhaps "Two (2) claims registered by social security" could work, if I understand correctly?


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agree  AllegroTrans
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agree  Nikki Scott-Despaigne
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