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    #1

    claim or entitlement?

    Hi,

    could you please tell me which is better to express that someone is entitled to be paid a contractual penalty?

    He has:
    1) a claim for contractual penalty
    2) an entitlement to contractual penalty
    3) something else?

    Thank you very much.

    Hanka

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    #2

    Re: claim or entitlement?

    This is a nice way of handling it IMO:
    We are entitled to claim a contractual penalty besides fulfilment of the contract.
    Standard Terms and Conditions of purchase


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    #3

    Re: claim or entitlement?

    Thatīs really nice
    But I need to say that the claims for damages, contractual penalty and default interest are not mutually exclusive.

    Is this OK?

    Thanks a lot!

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    #4

    Re: claim or entitlement?

    That looks fine to me.

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