facto constitutivo do seu direito

English translation: a fact on which his right is based

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Portuguese term or phrase:facto constitutivo do seu direito
English translation:a fact on which his right is based
Entered by: Fiona Gonçalves

10:20 Nov 21, 2006
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Insurance / findings of expert on 3rd party insurance claim
Portuguese term or phrase: facto constitutivo do seu direito
The full sentence reads as follows:

"O ónus da prova é do lesado, já que o nexo de causalidade é *facto constitutivo do seu direito* (artº 342; nº 1 do código civil)."

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Fiona.
Fiona Gonçalves
Portugal
Local time: 18:38
a fact on which his right is based
Explanation:
The victim's rights are based on a chain of causation between the prejudicial event and his loss. therefore it is up to him to prove that such a chain exists.
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Neil Crockford
Local time: 20:38
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Thanks for the help Neil.
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a fact on which his right is based


Explanation:
The victim's rights are based on a chain of causation between the prejudicial event and his loss. therefore it is up to him to prove that such a chain exists.

Neil Crockford
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Thanks for the help Neil.
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