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English translation: (1) on (2) at

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15:13 Feb 17, 2012
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Russian term or phrase: в застрахованном недвижимом имуществе (выбор предлога)
Подскажите, пожалуйста, как лучше перевести предлог В в каждом из следующих предложений

Страхователь обязуется Уведомлять Страховщика в письменной форме в течение 3 (трех) рабочих дней с даты, когда Страхователю стало известно, о
о планируемом проведении ремонтных или строительных работ В застрахованном недвижимом имуществе

... or construction work at/in ? the insured real property
о поломках систем охранной или пожарной сигнализации В застрахованном недвижимом имуществе;

... alarm systems (installed) at/in ? the insured real property
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English translation:(1) on (2) at
Explanation:
construction work ON the insured property

alarms AT the insured property
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4(1) on (2) at
Nadezhda Kirichenko


  

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(1) on (2) at


Explanation:
construction work ON the insured property

alarms AT the insured property

Nadezhda Kirichenko
Local time: 10:53
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian, Native in UkrainianUkrainian
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