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Spanish translation: ogligatorio

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English term or phrase:binding
Spanish translation:ogligatorio
Entered by: Issa Miller
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22:03 May 13, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: binding
This term is used within this context:
"No alteration, variation or waiver of a provisin of this Agreement shall be valid or binding unless such alteration, variation or waiver is made in writing and signed by (whoever) and Provider."
Mil gracias
Issa Miller
obligatorio
Explanation:
No tendrá validez ni será obligatoria ninguna modificación...
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Mauricio López Langenbach
New Zealand
Local time: 21:58
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Mil gracias,\
Jackie
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Summary of answers provided
nano comprometerá
Carol Hart
navinculanteAlberto Millán
naobligatorio, o vinculante, que impone una obligación legalcharlesink
navinculanteAnnapsn
naObligatorio / Compulsivo
Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
naSee below,
Ramón Solá
naobligatorio
Mauricio López Langenbach


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9 mins
obligatorio


Explanation:
No tendrá validez ni será obligatoria ninguna modificación...

Mauricio López Langenbach
New Zealand
Local time: 21:58
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 327
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Mil gracias,\
Jackie
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16 mins
Obligatorio / Compulsivo


Explanation:
bind·ing [bn ding ] noun (plural bind·ings)

1. PUBLISHING book covering: the cover of a book, or the material used to cover books

2. PUBLISHING something holding book's pages together: the glue, strip of plastic, or other material that holds the pages of a book or booklet together

3. cord used for tying: something that is used to tie or protect things, especially a cord or tape that is wound around something

4. SEWING fabric edging: a strip of fabric or tape attached to the edge of a piece of material to prevent it from fraying

5. SKIING ski fastening: one of the fastenings on a ski or snowboard that hold the ski to the boot

adjective
obliging somebody to do something: creating a legal or moral obligation to do something, with no possibility of withdrawal or avoidance


Encarta® World English Dictionary [North American Edition]


Saludos,:)

BD

Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
United States
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24 mins
See below,


Explanation:
...vinculante...

Ramón Solá
Local time: 02:58
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Isabel Peralta
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1 hr
vinculante


Explanation:
This is the translation of binding on a legal context.

Annapsn
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5 hrs
obligatorio, o vinculante, que impone una obligación legal


Explanation:
binding
adj.

Imposing a legal obligation (the agreement is binding on the parties)
Requiring submission to a specified authority (the suppression order was binding on the Department of Transportation - National Law Journal)

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    Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Law 1996
charlesink
Local time: 05:58
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Natalia Infante
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7 hrs
no comprometerá


Explanation:
to bind in law is to committ (create a committment for one of the parties)

to bind= comprometer (used in all types of written contracts)


    Comprehensive Specialist's Dictionary (English-Spanish)
Carol Hart
United States
Local time: 03:58
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15 hrs
vinculante


Explanation:
es decir que obliga a hacer o no hacer a la parte en cuestión.

Alberto Millán
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