Termo de responsabilidade

08:46 May 27, 2000
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Portuguese term or phrase: Termo de responsabilidade
Termo de responsabilidade assinado pelos pacientes para participarem de um estudo científico.
Deyse Sauaya


Summary of answers provided
na +1Waiver
Ivan Costa Pinto
nawaiver of liability
Heathcliff
naWaiver
Rodolfo Beneyto
naliability
LEE GILLITLIE


  

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1 hr peer agreement (net): +1
Waiver


Explanation:
Waiver__________________________________>
I hereunder signed waive XXXLabs of any responsibility arising from the treatment ZZZ etc.etc. in which I will participate from ccc to ccc, and am the sole responsible in case of mmm or mmm.

Ivan Costa Pinto
Brazil
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Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
PRO pts in pair: 47

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3 hrs
Waiver


Explanation:
The patient waives his legal rights, allowing the doctors to use him as a guinea-pig. It is also used if one is in a hospital for observation or treatment, and decides to leave before they consider that the treatment is finished. It's a safe way for hospitals and doctors not to fulfil their duties. With all the law-suits in the USA, it's becoming very common.

Rodolfo Beneyto
Portugal
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1 day 12 hrs
liability


Explanation:
It seems to me that the portuguese words
suggests " acceptance of responsability ". therefore, the closest
to the contex would be liability , or liability term, or terms of liability.

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LEE GILLITLIE
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7 days
waiver of liability


Explanation:
or "liability waiver." Some of the other responses to this query bring up an interesting point in English usage. A patient who is participating in a clinical trial or other medical study usually signs a document known as an "informed consent," part of which consists of the waiver of liability. This waiver by the patient relieves the researchers or investigators of any responsibility if things go wrong during the study. However (and this is where it gets tricky), despite the use of "waiver" as a noun, proper English usage prohibits "waive" as a verb unless the party speaking is waiving a right on his own behalf. In other words, I can waive my own right to take some kind of legal action, but if I'm excusing someone else from having to take responsibility for his actions, I have to say that I RELIEVE that person of liability (caps added for emphasis only). -- Hope this helps a little, HC

Heathcliff
United States
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