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English translation: "rural registry number" and "plat number"

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Norwegian term or phrase:gnr & bnr
English translation:"rural registry number" and "plat number"
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06:15 May 12, 2001
Norwegian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
Norwegian term or phrase: gnr & bnr
XXX overdrar till ??? sitt anlegg på Hylla, gnr 151, bnr 7 i Inderøy og sine konsesjonsgitte rettigheter på eiendommen Hammer gnr. 151 bnr 1.
Marianne
"rural registry number" and "plat number"
Explanation:
"Bnr" is an abbreviation for "bruksnummer," literally "farm number." This term is used in the "matrikkelen" or "land registry" for rural Norwegian land and would be referenced in deeds granting rights in such land.
Gnr is an abbreviation for gardsnummer, also literally "farm number." Both numbers are used to specify the particular plot of land registered. You could use either "plat number" or "plot number."
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"rural registry number" and "plat number"


Explanation:
"Bnr" is an abbreviation for "bruksnummer," literally "farm number." This term is used in the "matrikkelen" or "land registry" for rural Norwegian land and would be referenced in deeds granting rights in such land.
Gnr is an abbreviation for gardsnummer, also literally "farm number." Both numbers are used to specify the particular plot of land registered. You could use either "plat number" or "plot number."


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