Verzicht auf abstrakte Verweisbarkeit

English translation: waiver of any reasonable, non-specific occupation clause

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German term or phrase:Verzicht auf abstrakte Verweisbarkeit
English translation:waiver of any reasonable, non-specific occupation clause
Entered by: Henrik Hdez.-Villaescus Hirsch

16:50 Nov 12, 2013
German to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Insurance
German term or phrase: Verzicht auf abstrakte Verweisbarkeit
Verzicht auf abstrakte Verweisbarkeit
(Kein Zwang zur Ausübung eines anderen Berufs)

Kontext: Berufsunfähigkeits-Schutz

In: https://www.cosmosdirekt.de/produkte/versicherung/berufsunfa...
Henrik Hdez.-Villaescus Hirsch
Spain
Local time: 02:44
waiver of any reasonable, non-specific occupation clause
Explanation:
If TonyK won't post his answer, then I will slightly .adapted for the abstrakte element.

Abstrakt > non-specific vs. konkret > specific occupation.






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waiver of any reasonable, non-specific occupation clause


Explanation:
If TonyK won't post his answer, then I will slightly .adapted for the abstrakte element.

Abstrakt > non-specific vs. konkret > specific occupation.








Example sentence(s):
  • Was bedeutet der Verzicht auf die abstrakte Verweisung. ... verweigern, dass die versicherte Person zwar ihren angestammten Beruf nicht mehr ausüben kann qualicheck.eu/bu-glossar/verzicht-auf-abstrakte-verweisung.html‎
  • Any occupation in a disability insurance policy usually means \\www.disabilitylaw.ca/Any_Occupation.html‎
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