with or without counterpart to any

20:38 Nov 5, 2019
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English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s)
English term or phrase: with or without counterpart to any
Contexto: Contrato de Arrendamiento (Tenancy Contract)

Tenant undertakes to use the premises for designated purpose, tenant has no rights to transfer or relinquish the tenancy contract either with or without counterpart to any without the landlord written approval.

El arrendatario se compromete a utilizar el inmueble para el propósito designado, el arrendatario no tiene derecho a ceder o renunciar al contrato de arrendamiento ... sin el aprobación por escrito del arrendador.
Bernadette Mora
Spain
Local time: 18:37


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4la matriz con o sin ejemplar (literal) a cualquier(a)
Adrian MM.
3con o sin contraprestación a nadie / a ningún (...)
Daniel Coria


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con o sin contraprestación a nadie / a ningún (...)


Explanation:
Como decía arriba, creo que es un error y deberia decir "to anyone", o faltaría al menos una palabra entre "any" y "without", sin duda.

"...no tendrá derecho a cederle ni transferirle a nadie / a ningún (...) el contrato de arrendamiento, con o sin contraprestación, sin contar con la aprobación por escrito del arrendador".

Hope it helps!

Daniel Coria
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la matriz con o sin ejemplar (literal) a cualquier(a)


Explanation:
orginal tenancy contract + con counterpart (lease) exchanged.

Compare: Hecho o redactado en duplicado / triplicado > 'engrossed in two or three original *parts*' (of equal evidentiary weight).

Contrary to some law blogs, leases - in the UK at least - cannot be issed as counterparts only, as there must be an original kept somewhere.

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Note added at 3 hrs (2019-11-06 00:28:42 GMT)
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Hecho o redactado en duplicado / triplicado 'de un mismo tenor o valor'....

Example sentence(s):
  • In the law, a counterpart is a duplicate document. The term "counterpart" is used in legal documents to describe a copy of a contract which is signed and is considered legally binding, in the same way as the original.

    Reference: http://www.proz.com/kudoz/english-to-spanish/law-contracts/4...
Adrian MM.
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