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English translation: alluvium / avulsion

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Polish term or phrase:oderwisko i przymulisko
English translation:alluvium / avulsion
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09:34 Jan 9, 2003
Polish to English translations [PRO]
Polish term or phrase: oderwisko i przymulisko
W praktyce występuje wiele zdarzeń, które wpływają także na stan prawny nieruchomości, np. jej całkowite zniszczenie, śmierć właściciela, zmiany wywołane przez oderwisko, przymulisko, itp.
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Local time: 15:27
alluvium / slimy grounds; avulsion
Explanation:
alluvium - Stanisławski
avulsion - 1. a forcible tearing away or separation of a bodily structure or part, either as the result of injury or as an intentional surgical procedure.
2. Law. the sudden removal of soil from one person's land to that of another, as by flooding.
[from Latin avulsio, from avellere to pluck away, from vellere to pull, pluck]
http://www.wordreference.com/English/definition.asp?en=avuls...


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Note added at 2003-01-09 09:47:40 (GMT)
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Rozważając wymienione sposoby przyrostu terytorium państwa na jego wybrzeżu morskim, morzu terytorialnym czy rzekach granicznych prawo międzynarodowe posługuje się terminami zapożyczonymi z rzymskiego prawa prywatnego, jak: alluvio na określenie przymuliska, avulsio - oderwiska, insula in flumine nata - powstania i istnienia wyspy, czy alveus derelictus - na zmianę koryta rzeki.
http://www.prawo.lex.pl/czasopisma/znusrp/przyrost.html

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Note added at 2003-01-09 10:10:32 (GMT)
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Alluvium może też miec postać ALLUVION

1. a. the wash of the sea or of a river.
b. an overflow or flood.
c. matter deposited as sediment; alluvium.
2. Law. the gradual formation of new land, as by the recession of the sea or deposit of sediment on a riverbed.
[from Latin alluvio an overflowing, from luere to wash]
http://wordreference.com/english/definition.asp?en=alluvion
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5 +2alluvium / slimy grounds; avulsion
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alluvium / slimy grounds; avulsion


Explanation:
alluvium - Stanisławski
avulsion - 1. a forcible tearing away or separation of a bodily structure or part, either as the result of injury or as an intentional surgical procedure.
2. Law. the sudden removal of soil from one person's land to that of another, as by flooding.
[from Latin avulsio, from avellere to pluck away, from vellere to pull, pluck]
http://www.wordreference.com/English/definition.asp?en=avuls...


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Note added at 2003-01-09 09:47:40 (GMT)
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Rozważając wymienione sposoby przyrostu terytorium państwa na jego wybrzeżu morskim, morzu terytorialnym czy rzekach granicznych prawo międzynarodowe posługuje się terminami zapożyczonymi z rzymskiego prawa prywatnego, jak: alluvio na określenie przymuliska, avulsio - oderwiska, insula in flumine nata - powstania i istnienia wyspy, czy alveus derelictus - na zmianę koryta rzeki.
http://www.prawo.lex.pl/czasopisma/znusrp/przyrost.html

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Note added at 2003-01-09 10:10:32 (GMT)
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Alluvium może też miec postać ALLUVION

1. a. the wash of the sea or of a river.
b. an overflow or flood.
c. matter deposited as sediment; alluvium.
2. Law. the gradual formation of new land, as by the recession of the sea or deposit of sediment on a riverbed.
[from Latin alluvio an overflowing, from luere to wash]
http://wordreference.com/english/definition.asp?en=alluvion

bartek
Local time: 16:27
Native speaker of: Polish
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agree  anglista: well well well!
17 mins
  -> Stara dobra szkoła, w której uczono łaciny, a i na studiach zadbano to, plus mąż historyk

agree  Adam Zakrzewski
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