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hypothecation

French translation: droit de suite

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English term or phrase:hypothecation
French translation:droit de suite
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08:13 Apr 12, 2001
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: hypothecation
is there a difference with mortgage? if that's the case, please provide both translations. Urgent, thx.
alx
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Explanation:
1.Mortgage granted by a ship's Master to secure the repayment on the safe arrival of the ship at her destination.

2. An authority given to a banker to enable the bank to sell goods or property that have been pledged to it as security for a loan.

Dans ce cas, on dirait que le banquier exerce son droit de suite (conféré par l'hypothèque).
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naSee below
Publius
naaffectation en garantie
Yolanda Broad
nasounds like Franglais to me.
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22 mins
sounds like Franglais to me.


Explanation:
"hypothèqu/c- " appears in the French section of the dictionary, not in the English, but over there it IS mortgage/mortgaging.


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23 mins
affectation en garantie


Explanation:
Petite explication, de Termium :

English:Loans
hypothecation s CORRECT
DEF - In banking terms it gives the banker a charge over goods or the documents to those goods in instances where the goods are either on the high seas, in a bonded warehouse, etc. [Klein, Gerald. Dictionary of Banking. Pitman Publishing, 1995]. s
1998-11-04

French:Loans
affectation en garantie s CORRECT,FEM


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Yolanda Broad
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27 mins
See below


Explanation:
1.Mortgage granted by a ship's Master to secure the repayment on the safe arrival of the ship at her destination.

2. An authority given to a banker to enable the bank to sell goods or property that have been pledged to it as security for a loan.

Dans ce cas, on dirait que le banquier exerce son droit de suite (conféré par l'hypothèque).



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