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con cuanto (...) accesorio y dependiente.

10:46 Feb 26, 2020
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s) / Non-residential lease
Spanish term or phrase: con cuanto (...) accesorio y dependiente.
My head is spinning on this one. Here is the text:

"Objeto: El Arrendador cede en arrendamiento al Arrendatario, quien acepta, los Inmuebles como cuerpo cierto, por el precio, plazo y en las condiciones establecidas en este Contrato, con cuanto les es anexo, accesorio y dependiente. El Local es entregado en este momento (la "Fecha de Inicio") diáfano y según las condiciones generales de entrega previstas en el Anexo II que se adjuntan al presente Contrato."

I know there is a similar post (*con cuanto le sea principal, accesorio, integrante y dependiente *) but the answer doesn't quite in my text.
Seth Phillips
Mexico
Local time: 03:23


Summary of answers provided
3 +1with all such things (...) as are ancillary and appurtenant thereto
Adrian MM.
4hereditaments and appurtenances
AllegroTrans
4with all their related annexes and appurtenances
John Rynne


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with all their related annexes and appurtenances


Explanation:
I understand that we are talking about things that "anexo, accesorio y dependiente" of the Inmuebles. It could also be interpreted as being "anexo, accesorio y dependiente" of the "condiciones", though I feel it is unlikely.

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accesorio y dependiente.
hereditaments and appurtenances


Explanation:
Appurtenances means all tenements, hereditaments, easements, rights-of-way, rights, privileges in and to the Land, including (a) easements over other lands granted by any Easement Agreement and (b) any streets, ways, alleys, vaults, gores or strips of land adjoining the Land.

Appurtenances | legal definition of Appurtenances by Law Insider

Hereditament

Hereditament (Law) Any species of property that may be inherited; lands, tenements, anything corporeal or incorporeal, real, personal, or mixed, that may descend to an heir.
--Blackstone.

Note: A corporeal hereditament is visible and tangible; an incorporeal hereditament is not in itself visible or tangible, being an hereditary right, interest, or obligation, as duty to pay rent, or a right of way.


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with all such things (...) as are ancillary and appurtenant thereto


Explanation:
Unable to make up my mind between the two previous, grand answers, I have decided to do a cop-out and post my own idea predicated on BrE & AmE conveyancing practic/se from a distant past.

Example sentence(s):
  • and land Appurtenant or ancillary thereto or used for purposes of those missions or entities, ... Huffington post

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Adrian MM.
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agree  Robert Carter: Absent more specificity in the ST, I like "ancillary" for "accesorio", and "appurtenant" for "anexo", but what about "dependiente"? I've a feeling that's pointing to easements/covenants. What do you think?//Fair enough, take my agree!
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  -> Good points, but anexo (*attached) not asked in the question line, plus appurtenant is arguably within the compass of dependiente (e.g. of semi-sovereign states). I also fought shy of 'covenants *attached etc. to & running with the land/ properties.'//Thx
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