hacerse acreedor

French translation: dont il pourrait être redevable

13:41 Nov 8, 2017
Spanish to French translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / Marché publics
Spanish term or phrase: hacerse acreedor
Hola,

Necesito ayuda para la siguiente traducción, se trata de un párrafo de las condiciones generales para contratos de servicios de una empresa.

"En la liquidación se incluirán también, en su caso, las indemnizaciones a que tenga derecho el Contratista y se descontarán asimismo las penalizaciones **a que se hubiese hecho acreedor**".

Que significa "a que se hubiese hecho acreedor"

Mi intento = La liquidation inclura .... et déduira les pénalités encourues par le Prestataire"

Gracias por vuestra ayuda!
annart
Local time: 11:14
French translation:dont il pourrait être redevable
Explanation:
comme Martine - avec une inflexion sur le temps
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Local time: 11:14
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dont il pourrait être redevable


Explanation:
comme Martine - avec une inflexion sur le temps

Maïté Mendiondo
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Local time: 11:14
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