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to be held in breach

Discussion in 'Legal Terminology' started by Fernundo, Jun 7, 2006.

  1. Fernundo New Member

    Collado-Villalba, Spain
    Spanish, Spain
    Hola, ¿alguien sabe que significa "to be held in breach"? Contexto: "...when the UK was held in breach for permitting the caning of juvenile delinquents, for example, the English judge dissented on the grounds that..."
    Gracias
     
  2. dauda98 Senior Member

    United States
    breach = the breaking or violating of a law, right, obligation, engagement or duty, either by commission or omission. Exists where one party to a contract fails to carry out the term, promises or conditions of the contract.
     
  3. Fernundo New Member

    Collado-Villalba, Spain
    Spanish, Spain
    Thank you, dauda98.
    Regards.
    Fernando
     
  4. MsRico Junior Member

    Spanish - PR and FL
    to be held in breach of (contract) =

    encontrar incurso en violación de (contrato)
     
  5. Bubilay

    Bubilay Senior Member

    Misteriosa Buenos Aires
    ~Argentina~ castellano...
    "...when the UK was held in breach for permitting the caning of juvenile delinquents, for example, the English judge dissented on the grounds that..."
    "to be held (...)" : alguien (o algo, por ejemplo un tribunal) "considera"; he was held responsible for(... by the court)= (el tribunal) lo consideró responsable (de...)
    Slds
    Bubilay
     

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