fracciones de propiedad

22:02 Jul 20, 2018
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s)
Spanish term or phrase: fracciones de propiedad
Llevar a cabo la operación, administración y servicios de centros comerciales, oficinas, propiedades residenciales, fracciones de propiedad

This is part of a Mexican contract.
What comes to mind for me is a "parcel."
Local time: 10:00

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Caterina Aguiló
2subdivision of property
Robin Levey
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Could it be this?

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subdivision of property

I suspect that "fracciones" might refer to "fraccionamiento", better known as "subdivisión" or (in Chile, at least) "loteo" - whereby a property is divided into several parts or lots prior to sale as separate properties.

We'd need more context to be sure.

Robin Levey
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En España, al menos antes de edificar algo, se distribuye/se divide el terreno/solar en parcelas

Caterina Aguiló
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These pieces of land could fit this definition:

"a small piece of ground marked out for a purpose such as building or gardening.

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Reference: Could it be this?

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As a general rule, in Mexico, Propiedad makes reference to something that has already been built as opposed to a terreno, (your text even says propiedades residenciales). This is why I think that your term may be referring to this:

instead of this:

Note added at 21 hrs (2018-07-21 19:54:47 GMT)


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Asker: Thank you for your help. You were spot on!

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agree  AllegroTrans: Exactly what I queried in the DBox; I have asked for further context
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  -> Ah yes, I see that, thank you :-)
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