άκυροι ή εκποιή

English translation: to invalidate, withdraw or transfer mortgages

18:19 Sep 22, 2020
Greek to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Greek term or phrase: άκυροι ή εκποιή
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Όπως δέχηται υποθήκας μόνος ή μετ’ άλλου προσώπου οιωνδήποτε κτημάτων οπουδήποτε κειμένων, υπό οιουδήποτε προσώπου, Εταιρείας ή Οργανισμού δΓ οιονδήποτε ποσόν, επιτόκιον και όρους όπως άκυροι ή εκποιή υποθήκας μερικώς ή ολικώς, κατά την απόλυτον αυτού κρίσιν.
Dmitry Maltsev
Ukraine
English translation:to invalidate, withdraw or transfer mortgages
Explanation:
The term "άκυροι" (which should be "ακυροί", i.e. the accent should be on the last letter) is a broad one. A mortgage can be invalidated (for example if it is found that its terms were abusive or void or voidable - άκυροι ή ακυρώσιμοι) or withdrawn, for example if the loan is paid in full.
A mortgage can also be transferred to another person, if both parties agree, or if, for example, one sells or transfers the property.
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to invalidate, withdraw or transfer mortgages


Explanation:
The term "άκυροι" (which should be "ακυροί", i.e. the accent should be on the last letter) is a broad one. A mortgage can be invalidated (for example if it is found that its terms were abusive or void or voidable - άκυροι ή ακυρώσιμοι) or withdrawn, for example if the loan is paid in full.
A mortgage can also be transferred to another person, if both parties agree, or if, for example, one sells or transfers the property.


    Reference: http://https://casetext.com/case/parker-v-panhandle-national...
    https://law.justia.com/cases/florida/supreme-court/1970/37894-0.html
GEORGIOS-ORESTIS ZOUMPOS
Cyprus
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