συμβιβασμούς ή κατασχέσεις

English translation: settlements or seizures and foreclosures

20:04 Sep 22, 2020
Greek to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Greek term or phrase: συμβιβασμούς ή κατασχέσεις
Όπως παρουσιάζεται εκ μέρους μου ενώπιον οιουδήποτε Δικαστηρίου παντός βαθμού και πόσης δικαιοδοσίας, ως ενάγων ή εναγόμενος και διεξάγη εξωδίκως ή δια παντός ενδίκου μέσου, τακτικού ή εκτάκτου, τας μεταξύ εμού και οιουδήποτε άλλου υφισταμένας ή εν τω μέλλοντι υπάρξουσας δίκας, διαφοράς ή δοσοληψίας, ενεργεί συμβιβασμούς ή κατασχέσεις, διορίζη διατητάς ή πραγματογνώμονας και γενικούς με αντιπροσωπεύει με πλήρεις εξουσίας και άνευ περιορισμού ενώπιον παντός Δικαστηρίου, συμπεριλαμβανομένων και υποθέσεων διαχειρήσεως οιασδήποτε περιουσίας.
Dmitry Maltsev
Ukraine
English translation:settlements or seizures and foreclosures
Explanation:
The term "συμβιβασμός" is an easy one. However, the term "κατάσχεση" is one of the most difficult ones to match, as it can mean both a seizure (of movable property, even of cash) or foreclosure (of real estate). So, my suggestion would be to translate "ενεργεί συμβιβασμούς ή κατασχέσεις" as "to reach settlements or to seize and foreclose". The Stamelos-Chatzimanoli legal dictionary also suggests the term "arrest" and "attachment", but the latter terms may be misinterpreted by the reader of the translation.
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settlements or seizures and foreclosures


Explanation:
The term "συμβιβασμός" is an easy one. However, the term "κατάσχεση" is one of the most difficult ones to match, as it can mean both a seizure (of movable property, even of cash) or foreclosure (of real estate). So, my suggestion would be to translate "ενεργεί συμβιβασμούς ή κατασχέσεις" as "to reach settlements or to seize and foreclose". The Stamelos-Chatzimanoli legal dictionary also suggests the term "arrest" and "attachment", but the latter terms may be misinterpreted by the reader of the translation.


    Reference: http://https://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/forecl...
    Reference: http://https://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Seizur...
GEORGIOS-ORESTIS ZOUMPOS
Cyprus
Local time: 12:18
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