sin asegurados

19:28 Dec 8, 2003
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: sin asegurados
Mexican court documents are being passed from one court to another, as preliminary investigation is over. Phrase "sin asegurados" stands alone.
One guess is that the document being sent does not have or need any furthter notarization type documents accompanying it.
Phillip Berryman
Local time: 20:24

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5no insured parties
Jenette Holyoak



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no insured parties

that's my understanding, asegurados means insured parties.

Jenette Holyoak
United Kingdom
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Native speaker of: English
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Thanks, that's normal meaning but didn't make sense here.
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Comment: Thanks, that's normal meaning but didn't make sense here.

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