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English translation: bring an insurance company as co-defendant to a case

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Spanish term or phrase:citar en garantía
English translation:bring an insurance company as co-defendant to a case
Entered by: Viviana Lemos
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06:58 Jan 9, 2004
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Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: citar en garantía
Lamentablemente, la frase aparece suelta en una planilla. Es terminología legal y se refiere a juicios.
Viviana Lemos
Local time: 09:01
bring an insurance company as co-defendant to a case
Explanation:
I assume this is Argentina (I practiced Law there, it is very common jargon). When you file suit for -civil- damages (usu. traffic accident) and the principal defendant is insured (or should be), the complaint is filed against him and the insurance co., which is "citada en garantía"- technically is nota a "co-demandado": the difference arises from the additional defenses it can oppose.
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buadog
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5 +1bring an insurance company as co-defendant to a case
buadog
4serve with third-party (GB Part 20) notice> beware of prev. ProZ.Com answers
xxxKirstyMacC
4To grant bail
xxxAlex Zelkind


  

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To grant bail


Explanation:
Or:
To save one's bail
Bail out
To offer bail

The exact meaning depends on the context

xxxAlex Zelkind
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serve with third-party (GB Part 20) notice> beware of prev. ProZ.Com answers


Explanation:
'Co-guarantor' and 'cite as guarantor' have prev. been accepted as ProZ.Com answer to which you can refer.

This must be a CIVIL and not crim. case. The concept connected with the terceria process that is called third-party (now in GB: Part 20) proceedings.

A defendant tries to point the finger of blame at another party whom he tries to join in a sep. action 'for an INDEMNITY - not guarantee - and contribution' in case the plaintiff (claimant) wins against him as the def.

Also contrast the Arg. llamar/llamado en garantia > a third part can claim directly against an insurer on an INSURANCE POLICY and need not sue the policyholder first.



    ICSL - Inns of Court (Bar) School of Law - Civil Litigation Manual, Blackstone Press London
xxxKirstyMacC
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bring an insurance company as co-defendant to a case


Explanation:
I assume this is Argentina (I practiced Law there, it is very common jargon). When you file suit for -civil- damages (usu. traffic accident) and the principal defendant is insured (or should be), the complaint is filed against him and the insurance co., which is "citada en garantía"- technically is nota a "co-demandado": the difference arises from the additional defenses it can oppose.

buadog
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agree  xxxKirstyMacC: join(de)r as co-def if Arg. and an ins. co.
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