necesary support and whenever legally necesary

English translation: reasonable support, where legally necessary

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Spanish term or phrase:Dar apoyo razonable, y siempre que fuese legalmente necesario
English translation:reasonable support, where legally necessary
Entered by: Juan David A Aquino Marquez

23:11 Sep 21, 2018
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Spanish term or phrase: necesary support and whenever legally necesary
Hi, I am translating a contract, and I find this sentence:

Dar apoyo razonable, y siempre que fuese legalmente necesario, al RESPONSABLE DEL TRATAMIENTO en la realización de las evaluaciones...

The intention is that a contracted Service support will be available for free in the warranty period (say 1 year), BUT ALSO it will be free if it is required by law in the future (say, in 5 years a new Law requires the Client its records of that year for Taxes).

What would it be better phrasing?
Provide reasonable and whenever legally necessary support to the DATA CONTROLLER in carrying ...

OR
Provide reasonable suppont, and whenever legally necessary, to the DATA CONTROLLER in carrying ...
Juan David A Aquino Marquez
Mexico
Local time: 03:53
reasonable support, where legally necessary
Explanation:
Providing reasonable support, where legally necessary, to the data controller in carrying out the assessments.

Si es parte de una lista de compromisos, sugeriría además empezar con 'providing' en lugar de 'provide'
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Carlos Morales
Ecuador
Local time: 03:53
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reasonable support, where legally necessary


Explanation:
Providing reasonable support, where legally necessary, to the data controller in carrying out the assessments.

Si es parte de una lista de compromisos, sugeriría además empezar con 'providing' en lugar de 'provide'

Carlos Morales
Ecuador
Local time: 03:53
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