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PARA TOMAR Y DAR DINERO A INTERESES:

English translation: to borrow and lend money

10:21 Nov 22, 2013
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s) / Power of Attorney
Spanish term or phrase: PARA TOMAR Y DAR DINERO A INTERESES:
This is the heading of one of the clauses of an irrevocable 60 day power of attorney, the clause goes on to read:
Para que tome a nombre de la poderdante o de dar cuenta de él, dinero en mutuo y estipule las tasas a interés y a plazo fijo, ya en forma de crédito flotante.
My doubt is whether the person has the power both to borrow and lend, initially I thought it was just to lend given the phrase "dinero en mutuo" but now I am not so sure.
Any help will be greatly appreciated!
Don´t you just love Spanish Notaries !!!!
gerarda mc kenna
Spain
Local time: 15:06
English translation:to borrow and lend money
Explanation:
El mutuo es un préstamo de dinero:
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutuo

And yes, Spanish Notaries are so lovely ;-)
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to borrow and lend money


Explanation:
El mutuo es un préstamo de dinero:
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutuo

And yes, Spanish Notaries are so lovely ;-)

José Manuel Lozano
Local time: 15:06
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