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"Damages" seems like an apt translation. This is what an English language clause of the same type would usually say. The virtue of "damages" is that the meaning is broad, and it seems that this is the intent of the clause. For example, "damages" could include compensation for the destruction of physical property that might not ...


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I think you would be better off looking up some indemnity clauses written in English originally and using language from those rather than attempting a translation of the Russian text into English. For example, here is a bunch of clauses you could use as reference. Your original Russian text does communicate the signer's liability to the companies for both (...


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I love Wikipedia to bits, but it's sometimes worth reading the "talk" pages as well as the article, and trying a few other sources. I think this one comes closer : Damages attempt to measure in financial terms the extent of harm a plaintiff has suffered because of a defendant's actions. In the paragraph you're translating, "damages" is ...


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The Different Senses Of The Word "Record" As Used In Court Cases The "record" in the sense used in the phrase "strike from the record" is the sum total of testimony, exhibits and court documents that are properly considered in support of legal arguments on the merits by an appellate court. The actual record on appeal consists of ...


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In most countries, there is a standard format for citations. The guiding principle behind these is to make it easy to verify the law says what you claim it says. So you only need to give information needed to find the law you are citing. Usually, citations go the opposite of your example -- they start with the most general reference, and get more specific. ...


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There is no definition, and no legal basis for assuming a particular interpretation. Therefore, the term has its "ordinary meaning". A family group is what an ordinary reasonable person would consider to be a family group. The governor could publish an order defining "family group" for the purpose of this order. Otherwise, the judge or ...


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