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English translation: activities or franchises incidental to, or related with, ....

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Spanish term or phrase:actividades o franquicias incidentales o relacionadas
English translation:activities or franchises incidental to, or related with, ....
Entered by: Nelida Kreer
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18:58 Feb 7, 2009
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Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s)
Spanish term or phrase: actividades o franquicias incidentales o relacionadas
Un Contrato de Alianza puede ser, sin que se entienda como una limitación, cualquier modalidad de los siguientes tipos de contratos: “diseño/construcción" contrato de arrendamiento a largo plazo, contrato de derecho de superficie (...)

El Contrato de Alianza podrá además incluir el derecho de llevar a cabo otras actividades o franquicias incidentales o relacionadas a las Funciones o Servicios incluidos en el Contrato de Alianza o a la Instalación a ser desarrollada.
jmf
United States
Local time: 22:26
activities or franchises incidental to, or related with, ....
Explanation:
...the Functions or Services....etc.etc.

I believe that the text is quite straightforward and that the suggested phrasing will be an adequate fit. Regards. Se trata de permitir actividades o franquicias relacionadas a......

incidental

in·ci·den·tal [ìnsi dént’l]
adjective
1. related or accompanying: related to or accompanying something more important
2. occurring by chance: occurring by chance or without intention
3. occasional: unimportant or occasional
4. resulting from something: occurring as a result of something (formal)


noun
minor item: something that is occasional or unimportant such as a minor expense

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Nelida Kreer
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Local time: 23:26
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activities or franchises incidental to, or related with, ....


Explanation:
...the Functions or Services....etc.etc.

I believe that the text is quite straightforward and that the suggested phrasing will be an adequate fit. Regards. Se trata de permitir actividades o franquicias relacionadas a......

incidental

in·ci·den·tal [ìnsi dént’l]
adjective
1. related or accompanying: related to or accompanying something more important
2. occurring by chance: occurring by chance or without intention
3. occasional: unimportant or occasional
4. resulting from something: occurring as a result of something (formal)


noun
minor item: something that is occasional or unimportant such as a minor expense

Microsoft® Encarta® Reference Library 2005. © 1993-2004 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.


Nelida Kreer
Uruguay
Local time: 23:26
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Native speaker of: Spanish
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Asker: This cleared up my doubt, thanks very much!


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agree  Edward Tully: very nice!
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