avtala om någons rätt

English translation: enter into an agreement concurring in/affirming/ someone's right

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Swedish term or phrase:avtala om någons rätt
English translation:enter into an agreement concurring in/affirming/ someone's right
Entered by: Adrian MM. (X)

02:17 Mar 31, 2009
Swedish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s)
Swedish term or phrase: avtala om någons rätt
A construction contract:

Entreprenören skall avtala om beställarens rätt till kontroll på fabrik vid tillverkning eller före leverans av fabrikstillverkade komponenter.

"agree to" sounds too simplistic - but "grant the client the right" begs the question of agency.

maybe "accede the client's right?"

Or is there an official legal understanding for this term, as in, a separate contract must be signed to grant this right?
Cecelia Murphy
United States
Local time: 08:42
enter into an agreement concurring in/affirming/ someone's right
Explanation:
Could be verbally or likelier in a sep. contract.

'Acquiesce in' connotes acceptance of a negative state of affairs. 'Assent to' vs. 'accede to' is a political or legalistic/probate conveyancing process. Concur with s.o. in sthg.

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enter into an agreement concurring in/affirming/ someone's right


Explanation:
Could be verbally or likelier in a sep. contract.

'Acquiesce in' connotes acceptance of a negative state of affairs. 'Assent to' vs. 'accede to' is a political or legalistic/probate conveyancing process. Concur with s.o. in sthg.



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