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sikringskjennelse

English translation: (AmE: civil) protective order; (BrE) interim relief order; (EU) interim measures ruling

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Norwegian term or phrase:sikringskjennelse
English translation:(AmE: civil) protective order; (BrE) interim relief order; (EU) interim measures ruling
Entered by: Adrian MM.

19:12 Jul 15, 2019
Norwegian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s) / Service contract
Norwegian term or phrase: sikringskjennelse
Hi, I would like to verify the correct US EN translation for sikringskjennelse - would it be injunction or closer to protective order, although the latter seems to be closer to "restraining order"
It appears in the following. Thanks for your help!


I tillegg, hvis XXXXX-stedet mottar en stevning eller annet prosesskriv knyttet til krav om selskapets konfidensielle informasjon, kan XXXXX-stedet rette seg etter kravet, men i så fall skal UXXXXX-stedet informere selskapet og gi selskapet rimelig tid til å søke å oppnå en sikringskjennelse før kravet imøtekommes.
dmesnier
United States
Local time: 11:28
(civil) protective order
Explanation:
Agreeing with protective order cf. interim relief or an EU 'interim measures ruling'. I would, for AmE purposes, avoid the term of injunction as 1. the speciifc term of forføyning is used in the Norwegian 'Lov om mekling og rettergang i sivile tvister (tvisteloven).' - see the example sentence and 2. the term of a 'restraining or prohibitive' injunction could (I am told) 'grate' on ears attuned to the First (Free Speech) Amendment to the US Constitution.

The specter/ spectre of a court action also raised the possibility of a US posting of bond and UK security for costs scenario, but I assume the component-term would then be sikkerhet and not sikring.



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(civil) protective order


Explanation:
Agreeing with protective order cf. interim relief or an EU 'interim measures ruling'. I would, for AmE purposes, avoid the term of injunction as 1. the speciifc term of forføyning is used in the Norwegian 'Lov om mekling og rettergang i sivile tvister (tvisteloven).' - see the example sentence and 2. the term of a 'restraining or prohibitive' injunction could (I am told) 'grate' on ears attuned to the First (Free Speech) Amendment to the US Constitution.

The specter/ spectre of a court action also raised the possibility of a US posting of bond and UK security for costs scenario, but I assume the component-term would then be sikkerhet and not sikring.





Example sentence(s):
  • § 32-1.Innledning (1) Midlertidig sikring omfatter arrest og midlertidig *forføyning*.
  • PROTECTIVE ORDER In litigation, an order that prevents the disclosure of sensitive information except to certain individuals under certain conditions. In a domestic dispute, an order that prevents one party from approaching another ...

    Reference: http://lovdata.no/dokument/LTI/lov/2005-06-17-90/KAPITTEL_8#...
    Reference: http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-74832-0_7
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