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    #1

    which against that

    Hello to everyone.
    Some help with the grammars of the following translation I made from an Insurance policy:
    "The minimum limits of responsibility which are provided based on the corresponding legislation is in force on the land of the States that are mentioned in Paragraph 2 (Part I), abiding the provisions of Paragraph 4 (Part II) of this Insurance Policy"
    Is this text correct?
    Should I use comma before which and that?
    Why I should use which instead of that and vice versa?
    Is better to use applies instead of in force.
    Any other improvements are welcomed.
    Last edited by Antonio1986; 21-Oct-2013 at 17:01.

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    Re: which against that

    I'm afraid that the passage makes absolutely no sense to me at all, so I cannot really help you with the odd word and comma.
    I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....

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    #3

    Re: which against that

    I can't be certain without more context, but you may find that you need liability rather than responsibility.
    Last edited by 5jj; 23-Oct-2013 at 19:20.

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