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venta pura y simple, perfecta e irrevocable

English translation: pure, simple, perfect, and irrevocable sale

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Spanish term or phrase:venta pura y simple, perfecta e irrevocable
English translation:pure, simple, perfect, and irrevocable sale
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14:31 Apr 13, 2001
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Spanish term or phrase: venta pura y simple, perfecta e irrevocable
La frase pertenece a un contrato de compraventa venezolano
Norma Pace
pure, simple, perfect, and irrevocable sale
Explanation:
That is a literal translation. I hope it fits with your context.

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naabsolute and irrevocable saleAnnie Robberecht, C. Tr.
nasale, pure and simple, complete and irrevocablePaul Becke
napure, simple, perfect, and irrevocable saleFuad Yahya


  

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30 mins
pure, simple, perfect, and irrevocable sale


Explanation:
That is a literal translation. I hope it fits with your context.

Fuad


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sale, pure and simple, complete and irrevocable


Explanation:
"complete" may be "preferable to "perfect", while, depending on the context, I imagine, inversion of the order might be preferable. But I doubt the meaning is more arcane than that.

Paul Becke
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6 hrs
absolute and irrevocable sale


Explanation:
LEGAL PHRASEOLOGY
Idiomatic expression - should probably not be translated literally.
For example, see:
http://www.solucioneslegales.com/formatos.asp

Very close to French phraseology, "vente pure et simple" , meaning : unconditional sale OR outright sale (see TERMIUM)

In that context, "perfect" (=complete, final), I think, is best rendered by "absolute" (which is the wording used by the Supreme Court, see below).

Supreme Court decision :
, then this conveyance shall be deemed to be an absolute and irrevocable sale, without the necessity of executing any further deed or instituting judicial ...




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Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
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Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench

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