Prestador Intermediario

Discussion in 'Legal Terminology' started by sharkie, Jun 14, 2010.

  1. sharkie Member

    mexico
    SPANISH
    Muy Buen Dia Foreross!!

    Estoy traduciendo una Norma Oficial Mexicana y tengo duda sobre las siguientes traducciones.. De antemano Muchas Gracias.

    Prestador Intermediario= Intermediary Provisioner
    Norma Oficial Mexicana= Mexican Official Regulation
     
  2. Iuris Tantum

    Iuris Tantum Banned

    Juneau
    Mexican Spanish
    podrías dar mas contexto? de que habla la norma?
     
  3. sharkie Member

    mexico
    SPANISH
    Estoy traduciendo apenas el capitulo de definiciones, y menciona a un Prestador Intermediario como: una persona fisica o moral que, independientemente del acto juridico que celebre, preste los servicios de tiempo compartido en bienes inmbuebles respecto de los cuales carece de derechos de propiedad o disposicion.
     
  4. Iuris Tantum

    Iuris Tantum Banned

    Juneau
    Mexican Spanish
  5. sharkie Member

    mexico
    SPANISH
    claro, es la norma NOM-029-SCFI-2010.

    GRACIASSS!!
     
  6. pachanga7 Senior Member

    Southeastern U.S.
    U.S. English
    Hm, are you not talking about someone selling "time shares" in real estate?
     
  7. jackcaminante New Member

    English - UK
    Prestador means provider in this sense.

    I am also trying to translate the phrase in the context of Spanish law on E-commerce 34/2002.

    A prestador intermediario is someone, such as a business, who connects a customer to a service provider. Informally, they are a "middleman" or "go-between" but the difficulty is finding a term which is formal enough to be used in the legal context. I think "Intermediary Provider" is sadly the best bet.

    Depending on the context/business, "Platform provider" works for me as the company is a place where clients and professionals are connected.
     
  8. David

    David Senior Member

    One sentence from the original, including the term in question, would provide a contextual basis for translation. Otherwise, we are all guessing at whether we are talking about an "intermediary lender," a service provider or a tunafish.
     

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