ieder voor de onverdeelde helft

English translation: each with an undivided half interest

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Dutch term or phrase:ieder voor de onverdeelde helft
English translation:each with an undivided half interest
Entered by: Will Kelly

12:51 Mar 10, 2016
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
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Dutch term or phrase: ieder voor de onverdeelde helft
From a deed of transfer.

Ter uitvoering van de Koopovereenkomst levert verkoper hierbij aan koper, die hierbij aanvaardt, ieder voor de onverdeelde helft:
Will Kelly
United Kingdom
each with an undivided half interest
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4 +2each with an undivided half interest
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each with an undivided half interest


Explanation:
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Richard Purdom: right translation of the term, unknown how it can be used in Asker's context
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agree  Kitty Brussaard
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22 mins peer agreement (net): +3
Reference: dictionaries, fwiw

Reference information:
Van Dale:
onverdeeld1 (bijvoeglijk naamwoord)
niet verdeeld
undivided
context
een onverdeelde boedel
an undivided / undistributed estate
iets in onverdeelde eigendom bezitten
own something in joint ownership
onverdeelde winst
undivided / undistributed profit

Jurlex:

onverdeeld
undivided

onverdeelde helft
undivided half
onverdeelde nalatenschap
undivided estate

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agree  philgoddard: Though to be fair it's not clear why they've said "ieder" unless the buyer is two people being referred to as one
6 mins
  -> probably. no way to know for sure without seeing the doc. but the translation is what it is.....
agree  Kitty Brussaard
3 hrs
agree  BQuigley
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