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apoziopeza

Senior Member
slovak
Hi,

Please advise, which version do you prefer? It is part of the Bankruptcy Act.

Thanks,

A.

The bankruptcy trustee can continue to operate an enterprise if, as a result of the operation of an enterprise, it achieves for creditors a higher level of satisfaction of their receivables than if it terminated the operation of the enterprise.

The bankruptcy trustee can continue to operate an enterprise if, as a result of the operation of an enterprise, it achieves for creditors a higher level of satisfaction of their receivables than in case of termination the operation of the enterprise.

The bankruptcy trustee can continue to operate an enterprise if, as a result of the operation of an enterprise, it achieves for creditors a higher level of satisfaction of their receivables than it would be the case if he terminated the operation of the enterprise.

The bankruptcy trustee can continue to operate an enterprise if, as a result of the operation of an enterprise, it it satisfies creditors in larger extent than in case of a termination the operation of the enterprise. [the last option is not literal translation]
 
  • heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    Only the first option is grammatically correct (though it refers to the trustee as 'it'), though whether it's an accurate and legally sound translation I couldn't say.
     
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