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To Have and to Hold, the same in fee simple


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19:51 May 12, 2006
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English to Italian translations [PRO]
Law (general)
English term or phrase: To Have and to Hold, the same in fee simple
To Have and to Hold, the same in fee simple forever.

E' una frase a sè stante di un atto di garanzia.
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Subject to zoning, restrictions, prohibitions and other requirements imposed by Governmental authority; restrictions and matters appearing on the plat or otherwise common to the subdivision; public utility easements of record.

To Have and to Hold, the same in fee simple forever.

And the grantor hereby covenants with said grantee that the grantor is lawfully seized
Marina Zinno
Local time: 18:19

Summary of answers provided
2tutto cio promesso=to have and to hold
Anca Petrescu

Discussion entries: 2



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to have and to hold, the same in fee simple
tutto cio promesso=to have and to hold

non mi viene in mente un'altra espressione che potrebbe andar bene

Note added at 23 minute (2006-05-12 20:15:10 GMT)

corrego: tutto ciò premesso

    Reference: http://www.provincia.torino.it/formazione/operatori/bandi/ap...
Anca Petrescu
Local time: 19:19
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