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sauf s'il y a renoncé définitivement ...

English translation: unless he or she has definitively waived

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French term or phrase:sauf s'il y a renoncé définitivement
English translation:unless he or she has definitively waived
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22:30 Nov 25, 2013
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French term or phrase: sauf s'il y a renoncé définitivement ...
I am having great difficulty in phrasing the second sentence here:

En cas de refus d'agrément, l'époux associé conserve cette qualité pour la totalité des parts.ç

***Sauf s'il y a renoncé définitivement lors de la constitution de la société, la revendication ultérieure du conjoint de l'associé unique lui confère de plein droit la qualité d'associé.***

If some kind fellow would be able to offer some suggestions, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks
Paul Rankin
United States
Local time: 19:09
unless he or she has definitively waived ...
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7 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 3/5Answerer confidence 3/5 peer agreement (net): +7
unless he or she has definitively waived ...


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AllegroTrans
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Local time: 00:09
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  writeaway: yes, perfectly clear and not exactly mystery terminology
2 mins
  -> thanks. yes it's clear but not easy stuff to those unacquainted with legalese (even native FR speakers)

neutral  Tony M: Not sure 'waived' really works here for 'renoncé', as it doesn't go one to say what has been waived. / Yes but how on earth do you propose fitting all that together, with that handy little 'y' in there ;-)
3 mins
  -> it's "a subsequent claim by the spouse...." innit?// I reorganised the passive constuction, which would otherwise read "unless there is a definitive waiver...etc" to the subject and object version that I would expect to see in English

agree  Verginia Ophof
9 mins
  -> thank you and greetings from cold dank England

agree  philgoddard: I'm not sure whether it's the "qualité" or the "revendication" that's being waived, but I think this works either way.
10 mins
  -> thank you for waving your hand in concurrence

agree  EJP
10 hrs
  -> Thank you for your decision

agree  Bruce Bracken: Absolutely right, no ambiguity here
10 hrs
  -> Thank you for your unambiguous decision

agree  Daryo
12 hrs
  -> Хвала пуно

agree  Daniel Weston
2 days8 hrs
  -> Thank you for your definitive vote of confidence
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