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08:45 Sep 10, 2000
French to English translations [PRO]
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French term or phrase: see below
Avenant de dérogation à l’article 17 indiquant que les casses d’organe Moteur/Pont/boite sont à la charge du client dans les six premiers mois de relocation [from a car lease document]
Claire
English translation:see below
Explanation:
"Exclusion rider to article 17 stipulating that the client is liable for any damage to the Engine/Axle/Transmision unit during the first
six months of lease renewal."

Explanation: this is basically the same as the first answer submitted. However,the word "exclusion" seems to be used in insurance policies for situations that constitute exceptions (e.g. high-risk sports) to general coverage rules. Since this sentence refers to coverage of damage to the car under the lease contract, I think that "exclusion" would be appropriate here also.
(Exemption has the more agreeable connotation of being excused from doing something like paying a fee or meeting certain requirements).
Word order of the original would = Engine/Axle /Transmisison
"relocation" indicates renewal of an already established lease (location).
I've suggested "damage" rather than "breakage" as more general, (and therefore more to the advantage of the lease company), but I think that both are possible for "casses" in this context.
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Explanation:
Exemption rider to article 17 stipulating that the client is liable for any breakage of the Engine/Transmission/Rear Axle unit for the first six months of the lease.

I've also seen Transmission/Drivetrain/Rear Axle - i think it's the same.

Lydia Brady
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PRO pts in pair: 36

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3 hrs
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Explanation:
"Exclusion rider to article 17 stipulating that the client is liable for any damage to the Engine/Axle/Transmision unit during the first
six months of lease renewal."

Explanation: this is basically the same as the first answer submitted. However,the word "exclusion" seems to be used in insurance policies for situations that constitute exceptions (e.g. high-risk sports) to general coverage rules. Since this sentence refers to coverage of damage to the car under the lease contract, I think that "exclusion" would be appropriate here also.
(Exemption has the more agreeable connotation of being excused from doing something like paying a fee or meeting certain requirements).
Word order of the original would = Engine/Axle /Transmisison
"relocation" indicates renewal of an already established lease (location).
I've suggested "damage" rather than "breakage" as more general, (and therefore more to the advantage of the lease company), but I think that both are possible for "casses" in this context.

Diantha Guessous
United States
Local time: 11:53
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 39

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Heathcliff
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