divieti di disporre

English translation: ... has clear title

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Italian term or phrase:divieti di disporre
English translation:... has clear title
Entered by: isobel Grave

08:46 Apr 7, 2019
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s) / contratto di cessione di quota immobiliare
Italian term or phrase: divieti di disporre
In un contratto di cessione di quota immobiliare si chiede al cedente di garantire che l'immobile sia libero di "divieti di disporre". Penso che significhi "Free of prohibitions on disposing (of the proeprty)", Ma non sono convinta.
Ecco la frase che contiene questa locuzione:
"La parte cedente, garantisce altresi la liberta di quanto in oggetto da divieti di disporre..."
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Isobel Grave
isobel Grave
Australia
Local time: 14:25
... has clear title
Explanation:
Clear title means that the poperty or real estate is free from emcumbrances, liens and other charges and can be legally sold or transferred; liens and charges, etc. would prevent the conveyance of full title to the real estate. In this case the assignor has clear title to ...
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Alison Kennedy
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great explanation. Thanks so much.
Isobel
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... has clear title


Explanation:
Clear title means that the poperty or real estate is free from emcumbrances, liens and other charges and can be legally sold or transferred; liens and charges, etc. would prevent the conveyance of full title to the real estate. In this case the assignor has clear title to ...
Alison

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great explanation. Thanks so much.
Isobel
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