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GLA=Gross Leasable Area

French translation: SLB=surface locative brute

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English term or phrase:GLA=Gross Leasable Area
French translation:SLB=surface locative brute
Entered by: Daniel TOLEDANO
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07:06 May 3, 2001
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: GLA=Gross Leasable Area
J'ai besoin de l'abréviation et de la traduction au complet en vigueur au Québec.
Daniel
S.L.B. = surface locative brute
Explanation:
Domaine(s) : finance 1 / 1
immobilier

gross rental area

Syn.
gross leasable area
GLA

Abrév.
G.R.A.
surface locative brute n. f.

Abrév.
S.L.B.

Note :
((Terme formé par l'auteur)) d'après « surface locative nette ».

Déf. :
The total floor area of a building which is leased to one or more tenants and which is the area covered by the lease and for which the tenant or tenants par rent; usually employed for describing premises leased for retail purposes.
[1985]

Source: LGDT
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Belgium
Local time: 17:40
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naS.L.B. = surface locative brute
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S.L.B. = surface locative brute


Explanation:
Domaine(s) : finance 1 / 1
immobilier

gross rental area

Syn.
gross leasable area
GLA

Abrév.
G.R.A.
surface locative brute n. f.

Abrév.
S.L.B.

Note :
((Terme formé par l'auteur)) d'après « surface locative nette ».

Déf. :
The total floor area of a building which is leased to one or more tenants and which is the area covered by the lease and for which the tenant or tenants par rent; usually employed for describing premises leased for retail purposes.
[1985]

Source: LGDT

Brigitte Gendebien
Belgium
Local time: 17:40
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 755
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