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|German to English translations [PRO]|
|German term or phrase: m.z.N.|
|This appears to be an abbreviation used in source citations. This comes from a German court's decision:|
"...vgl. nur Schmidt, Goldstein, Brandt, a.a.O., m.z.N."
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mit zusätzlichen Nennungen = with additional citations
This is a standard abbreviation in a commentary on points of law, to which the Court refers in support of its judgment (in the reasons of the judgment = Urteilsbegründung).
Prof. exp. as German solicitor
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