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English translation: NIF (Tax Identification code)

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04:32 Nov 11, 2008
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Spanish term or phrase: UIF or AIF
I am working from a handwritten document from Spain. It is the minutes of a Board of Directors meeting.

Context: Tras diversas deliberaciones al (efec) digo respecto se acuerde por unanimidad apoderar especialmente a XX, abogado, casado, mayor de edad, con domicilio en XXX y UIF/AIF/WF [or something similar] 2547238K para que en nombre y representación de la sociedad.....

It appears to be some sort of ID number.
Jill Ananyi
United States
Local time: 08:48
English translation:NIF (Tax Identification code)
Explanation:
Hi Jill.
As you've specified it is a handwritten document, I'm very sure (according to the ID number you've given), that it reads "NIF" ( In Spanish= Número de Identificación Fiscal), therefore my answer.
If, as you say, it is a handwritten document from Spain, this is it... in any case, I dont know of any acronym in English for "NIF", but if there is one... that is the answer!
As I've said before, I'm sure because of the actual number plus a letter that appears in the context... in Spain, in that context, is a NIF.
Un saludo, A.
Selected response from:

Anne Smith Campbell
Spain
Local time: 14:48
Grading comment
I studied the letters again, and I'm sure you are right. Thanks, Anne
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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5NIF (Tax Identification code)
Anne Smith Campbell


  

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NIF (Tax Identification code)


Explanation:
Hi Jill.
As you've specified it is a handwritten document, I'm very sure (according to the ID number you've given), that it reads "NIF" ( In Spanish= Número de Identificación Fiscal), therefore my answer.
If, as you say, it is a handwritten document from Spain, this is it... in any case, I dont know of any acronym in English for "NIF", but if there is one... that is the answer!
As I've said before, I'm sure because of the actual number plus a letter that appears in the context... in Spain, in that context, is a NIF.
Un saludo, A.

Anne Smith Campbell
Spain
Local time: 14:48
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 26
Grading comment
I studied the letters again, and I'm sure you are right. Thanks, Anne
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thanks, Anne. This sounds extremely possible. I would never have guessed N for the first letter, but there have been other surprises in the handwriting.

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