per participatie

English translation: two possibilities (see detail)

11:54 Feb 22, 2001
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
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Dutch term or phrase: per participatie
Advies vermogensbelasting 1997 per participatie inzake deelname in Hupsakee Limited Partnership
tuanis
English translation:two possibilities (see detail)
Explanation:
1. Since a limited partnership is a type of share company, a 'particapatie' may be effectively a share (perhaps referred to as such, instead of 'aandeel' , for legal/historical reasons). Note also that the van Dale N>E gives 'participatiebewijs' = 'participatory preference share'

2. The ther possiblitiy is that it means 'in proportion to the amount of equity held' -- since a 'participation' in the financial sense means an equity investment in a company.
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Ken Cox
Local time: 09:38
Grading comment
this actually comes closest to reflecting the hair raisingly byzantine structure of this wildly fecundating
and perhaps obscurantist trans-Atlantic real estate investing consortium.
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Summary of answers provided
nacapital interest/equity
jarry (X)
natwo possibilities (see detail)
Ken Cox
na"for each participation" of "for each equity investment"
Willemina Hagenauw
naSee below
jarry (X)


  

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See below


Explanation:
Without further context a possible translation would be:

1997 net worth tax opinion per capital interest held in Hupsakee Limited Partnership.

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jarry (X)
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"for each participation" of "for each equity investment"


Explanation:
Source "Bank- en Verzekeringslexicon", Voeten & Van den End.

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Willemina

Willemina Hagenauw
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3 hrs
two possibilities (see detail)


Explanation:
1. Since a limited partnership is a type of share company, a 'particapatie' may be effectively a share (perhaps referred to as such, instead of 'aandeel' , for legal/historical reasons). Note also that the van Dale N>E gives 'participatiebewijs' = 'participatory preference share'

2. The ther possiblitiy is that it means 'in proportion to the amount of equity held' -- since a 'participation' in the financial sense means an equity investment in a company.

Ken Cox
Local time: 09:38
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 1385
Grading comment
this actually comes closest to reflecting the hair raisingly byzantine structure of this wildly fecundating
and perhaps obscurantist trans-Atlantic real estate investing consortium.
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11 hrs
capital interest/equity


Explanation:
'Participation' in English financial terminology is only used in the context of loans (including mortgage loans). Participating interest, too, would not be suitable here since that is a (4th Council Directive) term used for shareholding in a company not large enough to qualify as a subsidiary. On the face of it 'share' seems a possibility, since we are concerned with a limited partnership, but then why did not the Dutch text refer to "aandeel". Equity would seem the only other alternative here.

jarry (X)
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