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English translation: hold harmless

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Italian term or phrase:manlevare
English translation:hold harmless
Entered by: Grace Anderson
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10:17 Jul 19, 2000
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Italian term or phrase: "manlevare"
AAA manleverà e terrà comunque indenne BBB

Comes from a contract - probably means something like \"guarantees against\"?
Peter Cox
Italy
Local time: 07:17
"hold harmless"
Explanation:
The entire phrase would be: "AAA shall hold BBB harmless and in any case indemnify it".

This is a typical expression used in contracts whereby one party agrees to indemnify the other from all loss, damages, actions, claims, liability and so on arising out of a particular situation.

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Richard Boyce
Local time: 07:17
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na"hold harmless"Richard Boyce
nasee belowmartini
nastand surety forTelesforo Fernandez


  

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7 mins
stand surety for


Explanation:
it means stand surety for
I hope it will help.

Telesforo Fernandez
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11 mins
see below


Explanation:
The meaning is that. In Codeluppi's dictionary: to stand surety for, to be somebody's surety.
"manlevare" = act as "mallevadore", i.e. "garante"

martini
Italy
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4 hrs
"hold harmless"


Explanation:
The entire phrase would be: "AAA shall hold BBB harmless and in any case indemnify it".

This is a typical expression used in contracts whereby one party agrees to indemnify the other from all loss, damages, actions, claims, liability and so on arising out of a particular situation.




    I am a lawyer and translate this expression on a daily basis.
    Reference: http://www.legal-english.it
Richard Boyce
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