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10:33 Jan 11, 2001
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Norwegian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Norwegian term or phrase: kulanse
what is the correct translation of "kulanse" - I've scoured my databases with no success? It's related to insurance and contract law. Thanks
Andy )andy@bagelman.dremon.co.uk)
Andy Bell
Local time: 09:41
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Summary of answers provided
nafair dealing/readiness to oblige
Mats Wiman


  

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fair dealing/readiness to oblige


Explanation:
the interpretation:
a company's willingness to oblige visavi a customer/customers, based on a mixture of goodwill calculation and a sense of moral obligation, in most cases rather the former than the latter.
I remember one case where thousands of cars were destroyed by hail in Bavaria and the Allianz insursance company paid damages of more than 2 billion marks even if they were not forced to do it according to the insurance legislation - labeling it Kulanz(=kulance=fair dealing)


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Mats Wiman
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