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obligation de conseil renforcé

English translation: (heightened) duty to advise


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French term or phrase:obligation de conseil renforcé
English translation:(heightened) duty to advise
Entered by: Stephanie Mitchel
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19:06 Apr 23, 2008
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Bus/Financial - Law: Contract(s)
French term or phrase: obligation de conseil renforcé
In a dispute over a check returned for insufficient funds, in which the merchandise had already been delivered:

"[La banque] a donc rempli à l'endroit de son client toutes ses obligations, n'étant pas tenu, à l'endroit d'un commerçant avisé, à une obligation de conseil renforcé."
Stephanie Mitchel
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(heightened) duty to advise
Advise in the sense of counsel, not merely notify or disclose. Pick your own intensifier.
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4 +1(heightened) duty to adviserkillings



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(heightened) duty to advise

Advise in the sense of counsel, not merely notify or disclose. Pick your own intensifier.

    Reference: http://www.lexinter.net/JPTXT/obligation_de_conseil_du_banqu...
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agree  Jean Claude Aciman
5 hrs

neutral  B D Finch: "Renforcé intensifies "conseil", not "obligation".
7 hrs
  -> So? "Duty to advise" is effectively a lexical unit, intensified by either a more pressing obligation or more extensive advising or both.
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