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English translation: property registration number; lease number; floor/story number;

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Norwegian term or phrase:bruksnummer, festenummer, undernummer
English translation:property registration number; lease number; floor/story number;
Entered by: Daphne b
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20:42 Aug 14, 2002
Norwegian to English translations [PRO]
Management / administration
Norwegian term or phrase: bruksnummer, festenummer, undernummer
I en utskrift av opplysninger fra Det sentrale folkeregisteret. I feltet "registrert boligsadresse" står det "bruksnummer", "festenummer", "undernummer" og "bolignummer".
Er "bruksnummer" "farm number" og "Festenummer" "lease number"? Og hva med "undernummer"?

Takk på forhånd for hjelpen.
Daphne b
Sweden
Local time: 16:31
property registration number; lease number; floor/story number;
Explanation:
gårdsnummer = property registration number, holding number
bruksnummer = property registration number, (sub)holding number
festenummer = lease number
husnummer = house number
undernummer = floor/story number in a block or horizontally-divided two-or-more-family house; letter after a house number

These numbers are used for property registration in Norway. All properties in Norway have a gårdsnummer and usually a bruksnummer. A "gård" is a piece of land. It is usually divided into a number of "bruk".

These URLs might be useful to you:

http://www.osby.no/tinglysing/ting_hva.html
http://www.netteiendom.no/begreperx.htm
http://www.ssb.no/fob/BAPmatrikkel_B.pdf


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Note added at 2002-08-14 23:37:34 (GMT)
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P.S. A number of other English names are sometimes used for these property registration numbers. You sometimes see \"cadastral number\". I have also seen estate/subestate number, land number and title number.
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Richard Lawson
Local time: 16:31
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Thanks for a very complete answer. I actually need the translation into Greek, and your explanations have been more than helpful.
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property registration number; lease number; floor/story number;


Explanation:
gårdsnummer = property registration number, holding number
bruksnummer = property registration number, (sub)holding number
festenummer = lease number
husnummer = house number
undernummer = floor/story number in a block or horizontally-divided two-or-more-family house; letter after a house number

These numbers are used for property registration in Norway. All properties in Norway have a gårdsnummer and usually a bruksnummer. A "gård" is a piece of land. It is usually divided into a number of "bruk".

These URLs might be useful to you:

http://www.osby.no/tinglysing/ting_hva.html
http://www.netteiendom.no/begreperx.htm
http://www.ssb.no/fob/BAPmatrikkel_B.pdf


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Note added at 2002-08-14 23:37:34 (GMT)
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P.S. A number of other English names are sometimes used for these property registration numbers. You sometimes see \"cadastral number\". I have also seen estate/subestate number, land number and title number.

Richard Lawson
Local time: 16:31
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thanks for a very complete answer. I actually need the translation into Greek, and your explanations have been more than helpful.
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