niet register

French translation: non immatriculés

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Dutch term or phrase:niet register
French translation:non immatriculés
Entered by: Elisabeth Toda-v.Galen

13:56 Apr 18, 2005
Dutch to French translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Other / contrat de location et de vente de tribunes
Dutch term or phrase: niet register
d. Tussen partijen geldt dat ten behoeve van Van Stokkum op roerende - niet register- zaken die zij van koper onder zich verkrijgt, een recht van pand wordt gevestigd tot zekerheid van vorderingen die (de verkoper)op de koper, uit welke hoofde dan ook, ten tijde van de vestiging van het pandrecht heeft of zal verkrijgen.

En général, je m'en sors assez bien avec ces phrases à rallonge, mais celle-ci me donne du fil à retordre, je ne comprends pas ce qu'ils entendent par "niet register zaken", par rapport aux biens mobiliers.
Elisabeth Toda-v.Galen
France
Local time: 23:56
non immatriculés
Explanation:
on parle de biens immatriculés ou non immatriculés
(asser instituut)
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non immatriculés


Explanation:
on parle de biens immatriculés ou non immatriculés
(asser instituut)

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Local time: 23:56
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