contrat suit son cours

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enola

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english - U.S,
This is from a document describing insurance to be taken out to meet the requirements of a lease.

Le contrat suit régulièrement son cours et les primes en sont régulièrement acquittées.

The contract regularly follows its course and the premiums are regularly paid.

"The contract proceeds on a regular basis"? "The contract continues"? None of these make much sense in English.

Thanks for any help.
 
  • sound shift

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    English - England
    I think this "régulièrement" means "conformément à la règle", so I understand the sentence as "The contract is being executed correctly and the premiums are being paid on time."
     
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