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French translation: en proportion/au prorata des biens réels/immobiliers

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05:15 Sep 9, 2006
English to French translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s) / Marriage agreement
English term or phrase: proportion of real property
Concerne le partage du produit de la vente de biens immobiliers en cas de divorce:
"The value of the said property shall be shared *proportion of real property*". J'ai pensé à "partagé au prorata de ce que possède chaque partie". Quelqu'un peut-il confirmer ou infirmer? Merci.
Valerie Meyer
Local time: 17:04
French translation:en proportion/au prorata des biens réels/immobiliers
Explanation:

Termium:
Domaine(s)
  – Property Law (Common Law)
Domaine(s)
  – Droit des biens et de la propriété (common
law)
Domaine(s)
  – Derecho de propiedad (Derecho Común)
real property Source CORRECT,
CANADA, N.-BRUNSWICK, ONTARIO

realty Source CORRECT, N.-BRUNSWICK,
ONTARIO

real properties Source À ÉVITER, VOIR
FICHE

landed property Source VOIR FICHE

biens réels Source CORRECT, MASC,
PLUR, NORMALISÉ, N.-BRUNSWICK, ONTARIO

biens immeubles Source VOIR FICHE,
MASC, PLUR, CANADA, ONTARIO

biens immobiliers Source VOIR FICHE,
MASC, PLUR, CANADA, ONTARIO

biens-fonds Source VOIR FICHE, MASC,
PLUR, CANADA

bien immobilier Source À ÉVITER, VOIR
FICHE, CANADA

bienes raíces Source CORRECT

bienes inmuebles Source CORRECT,
MASC, PLUR

CONT – The explanation of the term
"real property" is historical. In early
law, property was deemed "real" if the
courts would restore to a dispossessed
owner the thing itself, the "res", and not
merely give compensation for the loss.
... Consequently, a distinction was
made between real property (or
"realty") which could be specifically
recovered, and personal property (or
"personalty"). ... (Megarry & Wade, 4th
ed., 1975, p. 10). Source

CONT – As the common law
developed, real property came to mean
that form of property which could be
specifically recovered by a real action if
possession were lost. Only
freeholdings of land were thus
recoverable in the realty. (Crossley
Vaines, 5th ed., 1973, p. 6). Source

OBS – real properties: The use of the
plural of "real property" is suspect.
Source

OBS – The term real property refers to
the interests, benefits and rights
inherent in the ownership of real estate,
i.e., the bundle of rights. Source

OBS – landed property: Expression
reproduced from the Glosario
Provisional de Términos Jurídicos with
the permission of the United Nations
Office at Geneva. Source

OBS – landed property: A colloquial or
popular phrase to denote real property.
Source

OBS – «real property» et «realty» :
Termes de classification stricte. Source

OBS – Biens réels : Équivalent français
normalisé par le Comité de
normalisation du PAJLO.

Domaine(s)
  – Finance
Domaine(s)
  – Finances
Domaine(s)
  – Finanzas
pro rata Source CORRECT

on a pro rata basis Source CORRECT

au pro rata Source CORRECT

au prorata Source CORRECT

au prorata de Source CORRECT

a prorrata Source CORRECT

DEF – according to the calculated
(share) in proportion; proportionate or
proportionately. Source

OBS – en proportion de,
proportionnellement à.
Selected response from:

Francis MARC
Lithuania
Local time: 18:04
Grading comment
Merci.
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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4en proportion/au prorata des biens réels/immobiliers
Francis MARC


  

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en proportion/au prorata des biens réels/immobiliers


Explanation:

Termium:
Domaine(s)
  – Property Law (Common Law)
Domaine(s)
  – Droit des biens et de la propriété (common
law)
Domaine(s)
  – Derecho de propiedad (Derecho Común)
real property Source CORRECT,
CANADA, N.-BRUNSWICK, ONTARIO

realty Source CORRECT, N.-BRUNSWICK,
ONTARIO

real properties Source À ÉVITER, VOIR
FICHE

landed property Source VOIR FICHE

biens réels Source CORRECT, MASC,
PLUR, NORMALISÉ, N.-BRUNSWICK, ONTARIO

biens immeubles Source VOIR FICHE,
MASC, PLUR, CANADA, ONTARIO

biens immobiliers Source VOIR FICHE,
MASC, PLUR, CANADA, ONTARIO

biens-fonds Source VOIR FICHE, MASC,
PLUR, CANADA

bien immobilier Source À ÉVITER, VOIR
FICHE, CANADA

bienes raíces Source CORRECT

bienes inmuebles Source CORRECT,
MASC, PLUR

CONT – The explanation of the term
"real property" is historical. In early
law, property was deemed "real" if the
courts would restore to a dispossessed
owner the thing itself, the "res", and not
merely give compensation for the loss.
... Consequently, a distinction was
made between real property (or
"realty") which could be specifically
recovered, and personal property (or
"personalty"). ... (Megarry & Wade, 4th
ed., 1975, p. 10). Source

CONT – As the common law
developed, real property came to mean
that form of property which could be
specifically recovered by a real action if
possession were lost. Only
freeholdings of land were thus
recoverable in the realty. (Crossley
Vaines, 5th ed., 1973, p. 6). Source

OBS – real properties: The use of the
plural of "real property" is suspect.
Source

OBS – The term real property refers to
the interests, benefits and rights
inherent in the ownership of real estate,
i.e., the bundle of rights. Source

OBS – landed property: Expression
reproduced from the Glosario
Provisional de Términos Jurídicos with
the permission of the United Nations
Office at Geneva. Source

OBS – landed property: A colloquial or
popular phrase to denote real property.
Source

OBS – «real property» et «realty» :
Termes de classification stricte. Source

OBS – Biens réels : Équivalent français
normalisé par le Comité de
normalisation du PAJLO.

Domaine(s)
  – Finance
Domaine(s)
  – Finances
Domaine(s)
  – Finanzas
pro rata Source CORRECT

on a pro rata basis Source CORRECT

au pro rata Source CORRECT

au prorata Source CORRECT

au prorata de Source CORRECT

a prorrata Source CORRECT

DEF – according to the calculated
(share) in proportion; proportionate or
proportionately. Source

OBS – en proportion de,
proportionnellement à.

Francis MARC
Lithuania
Local time: 18:04
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in category: 209
Grading comment
Merci.

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neutral  GILOU: ce n'est même plus de la traduction, ce sont des collages de définitions ici et là, bref....
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