afectante

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Spanish term or phrase:afectante
English translation:grantor
Entered by: Marina Lara Petersen

21:56 Aug 30, 2019
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Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Spanish term or phrase: afectante
En una cédula de notificación de un juicio por desafectación del régimen de bien de familia.

El escrito menciona a varias personas. Dice que una de ellas es "afectante y beneficiaria" del régimen de bien de familia y las otras personas son beneficiarias de dicho régimen.

Cómo se traduciría afectante en este caso? O algún sinónimo o explicación del significado de esta palabra como para ver cómo puedo traducirla?

Muchas gracias.
Marina Lara Petersen
Local time: 23:29


Summary of answers provided
3allocator; (Arg.) settlor on a family-asset protection trust
Adrian MM.


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afectante al bien de familia
allocator; (Arg.) settlor on a family-asset protection trust


Explanation:
An answer amended in the light of the asker's extra info.

Also means an assignor or chargor (chattel mortgage) so el 'afectante' would be a chargor of goods or land or a pledgor (pawnbroker) of goods only. (West) encumber, allocate or use. Afectar *en fideicomiso*: settle on trust> West: place on trust.

desafectación - release (West) from a trust; de-allocation; 'disentailment'
In a legal sense 'afecto a' also means used for or 'appropriated to'.

Example sentence(s):
  • The Protective Trust is a form of settlement found in England and Wales and several Commonwealth countries. It has marked similarities to asset-protection trusts found in several offshore jurisdictions and US Spendthrift trusts.
  • The settlor decides how the assets in a trust should be used - this is usually set out in a document called the ‘trust deed’. Sometimes the settlor can also benefit from the assets in a trust - this is called a ‘settlor-interested’ trust

    Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protective_trust
    Reference: http://cursourbanismo.es/la-afectacion-y-desafeccion-del-dom...
Adrian MM.
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