liber de gaj

English translation: lien free

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Romanian term or phrase:liber de gaj
English translation:lien free
Entered by: Claudia Coja

10:44 Nov 14, 2013
Romanian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Romanian term or phrase: liber de gaj
liber de gaj (apare intr-un tabel cu echipamente)
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Romania
Local time: 05:23
lien free
Explanation:
Lien-free is a term used for a property that is owned outright by an individual(s), listing that individual(s) on the title as the registered owner. There is no outstanding loan obligation on a lien-free property.
http://www.hjventures.com/payday-loans/lien-free.html
Lien

A right given to another by the owner of property to secure a debt, or one created by law in favor of certain creditors.

A lien is an encumbrance on one person's property to secure a debt the property owner owes to another person. The statement that someone's property is "tied up" describes the effect of liens on both real and Personal Property. Lien is a French word meaning "knot or binding" that was brought to Britain with the French language during the Norman Conquest in 1066.
http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/lien
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lien free


Explanation:
Lien-free is a term used for a property that is owned outright by an individual(s), listing that individual(s) on the title as the registered owner. There is no outstanding loan obligation on a lien-free property.
http://www.hjventures.com/payday-loans/lien-free.html
Lien

A right given to another by the owner of property to secure a debt, or one created by law in favor of certain creditors.

A lien is an encumbrance on one person's property to secure a debt the property owner owes to another person. The statement that someone's property is "tied up" describes the effect of liens on both real and Personal Property. Lien is a French word meaning "knot or binding" that was brought to Britain with the French language during the Norman Conquest in 1066.
http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/lien

Claudia Coja
Local time: 04:23
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Native speaker of: Native in RomanianRomanian
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agree  Simona Pop
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agree  Adrian MM. (X): lien-free for equipment and land in US vs. charge in the UK http://www.proz.com/kudoz/romanian_to_english/finance_genera...
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agree  Ovidiu Martin Jurj
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