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Danish translation: superficiær/superficiarius

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English term or phrase:Superficiary
Danish translation:superficiær/superficiarius
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10:45 Dec 22, 2010
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English to Danish translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Real Estate / a part in an agreement on building rights
English term or phrase: Superficiary
As opposed to the owner/landlord of a property of land, this would be the counterparty to an agreement on building rights (Cannot use counterparty as have to specifically find term for "superficiary"...)
Helle Kaiser-Nielsen
United Kingdom
Local time: 08:17
superficiær/superficiarius
Explanation:
Actually, NetLynx has already provided the answer. I am just adding a few clarifying links as well as the etymological information that the expression comes from the latin word superficiarius.
See also:
http://runeberg.org/salmonsen/2/22/0620.html

~ Susanne
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SagaLinguistics
Canada
Local time: 03:17
Grading comment
Tak til NetLynx og Susanne (Pointene bør gå til begge!) Det var præcis de links og kilder, jeg var ude efter. Tak og Glædelig Jul :)
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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4superficiær/superficiarius
SagaLinguistics


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superficiary
superficiær/superficiarius


Explanation:
Actually, NetLynx has already provided the answer. I am just adding a few clarifying links as well as the etymological information that the expression comes from the latin word superficiarius.
See also:
http://runeberg.org/salmonsen/2/22/0620.html

~ Susanne


    Reference: http://kajhansen.com/page/Ordbog.htm
    Reference: http://ordnet.dk/ods/ordbog?aselect=Superfici%C3%A6rf%C3%A6s...
SagaLinguistics
Canada
Local time: 03:17
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Native speaker of: Native in DanishDanish
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Tak til NetLynx og Susanne (Pointene bør gå til begge!) Det var præcis de links og kilder, jeg var ude efter. Tak og Glædelig Jul :)
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