by way of a deed

English translation: by means of a deed

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09:57 Apr 23, 2018
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Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s)
English term or phrase: by way of a deed
(whether by way of a deed or otherwise)

This phrase is stated in a Power of Attorney drafted by an English lawyer:

"Generally to represent the Principal in all business matters and things requisite and necessary, or in any manner connected with or having reference to any amendment to memorandums of association and the acquisition or disposal of any shares and to execute (whether before a notary public or otherwise), sign, enter into, acknowledge, perfect and do all such deeds, agreements, instruments (whether by way of a deed or otherwise), acts and things as shall be requisite for the purposes of dealing with any amendment to memorandums of association and the acquisition or disposal of shares as mentioned in this Power of Attorney"

Can you please help find a proper synonym so that I can convert the same into Arabic?

thank you
Sayed Fathy
United Arab Emirates
Local time: 16:27
English translation:by means of a deed
Explanation:
instruments activated by means of (by way of) a deed.
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Jack Doughty
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4 +6by means of a deed
Jack Doughty
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Definition of deed
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by means of a deed


Explanation:
instruments activated by means of (by way of) a deed.

Jack Doughty
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Local time: 13:27
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agree  AllegroTrans: yes, by the signing of a deed
4 mins
  -> Thank you.

agree  Martin Riordan
38 mins
  -> Thank you.

agree  Tony M: 'by the use of a deed'
41 mins
  -> Thank you, Tony.

agree  David Hollywood
3 hrs
  -> Thank you.

agree  Andrew Wong: Thank you
4 hrs
  -> Thank you.

agree  B D Finch: Though, it's worth warning the Asker that "by way of" is sometimes used to mean "as".
1 day 2 hrs
  -> Thank you. It can also mean "via".
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Reference: Definition of deed

Reference information:
Glossary
Deed
A deed is a written document which is executed with the necessary formality (that is, more than a simple signature), and by which an interest, right or property passes or is confirmed, or an obligation binding on some person is created or confirmed. Deeds are generally enforceable despite any lack of consideration. The limitation period for actions brought under a deed is generally 12 years, although it is six years for claims for arrears of rent and arrears of interest under a mortgage (sections 8, 19 and 20, Limitation Act 1980).
For further guidance, see Practice note, Execution of deeds and documents..
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Resource ID 1-107-6055
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AllegroTrans
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Peer comments on this reference comment (and responses from the reference poster)
agree  Daryo: even more details available in some other Kudoz questions about "deeds"
3 hrs
  -> Yes, and great care needed to translate into Arabic
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