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English term or phrase:assignor
Spanish translation:cedente
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17:50 May 2, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: assignor
By the time of the execution of this agreement, the assignor owns one hundred percent of the assignee's shares of stock.
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cedente
Explanation:
assignor-cedente, el que asigna o trnsfiere.

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naCedente
Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
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40 mins
cedente


Explanation:
assignor-cedente, el que asigna o trnsfiere.

Saludos,

Bye

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1 hr
Cedente


Explanation:
Assignor

as·sign·or [ snr , s nàwr ] (plural as·sign·ors) noun
somebody transferring rights: somebody who transfers rights in or over property to another


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