Indenização faturada

13:56 Jan 6, 2016
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Portuguese term or phrase: Indenização faturada
Trata-se da tradução das "Palavras Chave" do resumo de uma tese de doutorado sobre direito do consumidor.

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3 +1Invoiced compensation
Richard Purdom
4Accepted claim/Awarded compensation
Marcia Pinheiro
3invoiced damages (indemnity/remedy) / damages included in the invoice
Mario Freitas


  

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Invoiced compensation


Explanation:
('billed' in US)

without more context...

Richard Purdom
Portugal
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agree  Kim Edwards-Buarque: As you say Richard, without further information I agree this is the best possible match
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invoiced damages (indemnity/remedy) / damages included in the invoice


Explanation:
Sugestão

Mario Freitas
Brazil
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Accepted claim/Awarded compensation


Explanation:
Faturada is a complicated term because it used to be kinda slang in Brazil: Faturou ela, hein? That meant You have won her, is it not?
It highly depends on context.
Faturada may also have to do with invoices: Na fatura means In the invoice.
Hard one. There is no such a thing as 'claim' in Portuguese. All goes to creativity: Depending on the situation, it will become request, for instance.


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Marcia Pinheiro
Australia
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PortuguesePortuguese
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