inträder intill

English translation: be subrogated - in rights or to an insured etc. party in the latter's rights

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Swedish term or phrase:inträda i
English translation:be subrogated - in rights or to an insured etc. party in the latter's rights
Entered by: Adrian MM.

10:13 Jul 31, 2019
Swedish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Insurance
Swedish term or phrase: inträder intill
19 § Den som har utgett skadestånd med anledning av skada som avses i denna lag
inträder intill det utgivna beloppet i den skadelidandes rätt till
patientskadeersättning. Detta gäller dock inte om patientskadeersättningen
skulle ha kunnat krävas tillbaka av den skadeståndsskyldige enligt 20 § första
stycket.

Återkrav

20 § Har patientskadeersättning lämnats för en skada som vållats uppsåtligen
eller genom grov vårdslöshet, inträder försäkringsgivaren intill det utgivna
beloppet i den skadelidandes rätt till skadestånd.
Om patientskadeersättning har betalats för en skada som omfattas av
produktansvarslagen (1992:18), inträder försäkringsgivaren intill det utgivna
beloppet i den skadelidandes rätt till skadestånd enligt den lagen.
Omfattas en skada av trafikförsäkring enligt trafikskadelagen (1975:1410) och
har patientskadeersättning lämnats för skadan, inträder försäkringsgivaren
intill det utgivna beloppet i den skadelidandes rätt till trafikskadeersättning.
Diarmuid Kennan
Ireland
Local time: 21:12
is subrogated - up to the amt. paid out - *in* the claimant's entitlement (*to* the claimant *in*)
Explanation:
Yes, Chris S. I feel that the doctrine or principle of subrogation - that I incidentally learned at Surrey almost half a century ago in insurance as part of the England & Wales (and, tangentially Irish & Scottish, commercial law) syllabus - does the trick.

Note again, contrary to thousands or millions of G/hits and even Llodys insurance translators' opinions or onions that make me cry, it is - legalistically - subrogation *to* a party *in* the latter's rights ('shoes') and not to the latter's rights.

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Note added at 3 hrs (2019-07-31 13:14:34 GMT)
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Lloyds insurance... and my German 'equivalent' answer:

eng.proz.com/kudoz/german-to-english/real-estate/970806-eintrittsrecht.html
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Adrian MM.
United Kingdom
Grading comment
Thanks Adrian - much appreciated :-)
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4is subrogated - up to the amt. paid out - *in* the claimant's entitlement (*to* the claimant *in*)
Adrian MM.


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inträder intill det utgivna beloppet i den skadelidandes rätt
is subrogated - up to the amt. paid out - *in* the claimant's entitlement (*to* the claimant *in*)


Explanation:
Yes, Chris S. I feel that the doctrine or principle of subrogation - that I incidentally learned at Surrey almost half a century ago in insurance as part of the England & Wales (and, tangentially Irish & Scottish, commercial law) syllabus - does the trick.

Note again, contrary to thousands or millions of G/hits and even Llodys insurance translators' opinions or onions that make me cry, it is - legalistically - subrogation *to* a party *in* the latter's rights ('shoes') and not to the latter's rights.

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Note added at 3 hrs (2019-07-31 13:14:34 GMT)
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Lloyds insurance... and my German 'equivalent' answer:

eng.proz.com/kudoz/german-to-english/real-estate/970806-eintrittsrecht.html

Example sentence(s):
  • eng.proz.com/kudoz/german-to-english/real-estate/970806-eintrittsrecht.html

    Reference: http://eng.proz.com/kudoz/swedish-to-english/law-general/222...
Adrian MM.
United Kingdom
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PRO pts in category: 8
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Thanks Adrian - much appreciated :-)
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