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10:13 Dec 26, 2000
English to Spanish translations [PRO] Law/Patents
English term or phrase:escrow agreement and trust deed
cuál es la diferencia entre estos dos.
el original es un contrato de fideicomiso para un stock purchase agreement...sería entonces un deed of trust o un escrow agreement??
Explanation: Escrow = Plica, Depósito que retiene un tercero hasta que se cumplan ciertas condiciones.Escrow Account = Cuenta de Plica, Cuenta de Garantía Bloqueada. Rust Deed = Escritura Fiduciaria. Trust Account = Cuenta Fiduciaria. REf. Business Dictionary EN<>ES by Steven Kaplan. FromBilingual Securities Dictionary by The Dearborn Foundation:Escrow Agreement = Contrato de Depósito en Garantía (Is the certificate provided by an approved bank that guarantees that the indicated securities are on deposit at that bank. Tust Agreement = Trust Identure = Deed of Trust = Contrato de Fideicomiso (A legal contract between a corporation and a trustee (fiduciario)that represents its bondholders that details the terms of a debt issue. The terms include the rate of interest,maturity date, means of payment and collateral.
Hope it helps.-
Explanation: escrow agreement and trust deed
Hay una diferencia: escrow agreememnt = plica, o depósito de garantía, según de donde seas
trust deed = escritura, o sea que se realiza mediante la intervencuión de un notario o escribano.
[Anglo-French escroue deed delivered on condition, literally, scroll, strip of parchment, from Old French escroe]
An instrument and esp. a deed or money or property held by a third party to be turned over to the grantee and become effective only upon the fulfillment of some condition
A fund or deposit designed to serve as an escrow
in escrow Held as an escrow In trust as an escrow (had $1000 in escrow to pay taxes) compare trust
To cause to be held as an escrow Place in escrow
Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Law 1996.
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