Bordereau


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Bordereau

A report made by an insurance company stating the risks to which it is exposed, but which it has reinsured. That is, the bordereau lists the risks for which the company has itself purchased insurance policies.
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Although restricted by the language of the law, the regulation could have defined required filings narrowly, simplified filing content, and streamlined the process by, for instance, allowing bordereau filings on a periodic basis along with a insurer's certification of compliance and a commitment to maintain adequate records for any subsequent audit.
As Bordereau (2011) has noted, the first two topics stand to form the core of Noirot's enduring legacy.
Carteret in particular highlighted the nefarious accomplishments by spurious "papiers noircis" especially Le Matin which made and blackened its name by publishing the bordereau and instigating the Affair.
The only piece of evidence produced against Dreyfus had been the handwriting on a flimsy sheet of paper: the notorious bordereau (fist, or schedule) promising to deliver some not very interesting items of military information to the attache.
San avait annonce samedi l'arrestation de la jeune femme agee de 22 ans, dont le numero de telephone figurait sur le bordereau des colis.
Asi sucede en la novela de James, pues el editor--cuyo nombre jamas se menciona--va a Venecia y se acerca a la mansion donde la senora Juliana Bordereau vive con su sobrina, la senorita Tita.
The nexus between reclusiveness and hoarding has served as the subject of excellent literature: Henry James's novella, The Aspern Papers, in which the narrator reflects on "what mystic rites of ennui the Misses Bordereau celebrated in their darkened rooms.
Lui-meme en a ete capable lors du second proces de Dreyfus, celui de Rennes en 1900, quand son expertise a etabli que l'ecriture du bordereau n'etait pas celle du capitaine, ce qui lui a valu la gloire de l'hommage emouvant que Proust lui rend dans Jean Santeuil.
But Dreyfus would not have been charged had his handwriting not been so similar to that on the incriminating bordereau.
lt;<Los papeles de Aspern>> de Henry James podria ser uno de los textos ejemplares para la construccion de este tipo de relato; tenemos a un personaje innominado poseedor de un <<corazon erudito>>, que no duda en utilizar todos los recursos licitos e ilicitos para conseguir los documentos que posee Juliana Bordereau, antigua amante de Aspern, porque poco a poco <<mi deseo de poseerlos habia adquirido una especie de ferocidad>> (James, 1978: 111) (5).
Did he, even, do this purposely, at the time of presenting Miss Tina, the "young" Miss Bordereau (as Constance knows herself to be, and described as of 'minor antiquity' besides) with the infinitely cruel description of herself contained in The Aspern Papers?
The counter-intelligence operative delivered the bordereau to his superiors.