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Danish translation: rengøring

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00:12 Feb 15, 2008
English to Danish translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / redd
English term or phrase: redd
To grant warrant to officers of court summarily to eject the Defenders and their family, tenants and sub tenants, goods and effects from the said heritable subjects known as 35 Tweedie Terrace, Annan, Dumfrieshire, DG12 5ET and to make the same void and redd, that the Pursuers, or others in their name, may enter thereon and peaceably possess and enjoy the same; and

the word is in a Scottish Writ
Jytte Crooks
Local time: 01:08
Danish translation:rengøring
Explanation:
When you leave a property "void and redd", it means that you clean up after yourself. In Danish we would say "ryddet og rengjort".
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Tom Steen
Local time: 20:08
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thank you very much :-)
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rengøring


Explanation:
When you leave a property "void and redd", it means that you clean up after yourself. In Danish we would say "ryddet og rengjort".


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Tom Steen
Local time: 20:08
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thank you very much :-)
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