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English translation: secretary, penman, wielder of the pen

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12:03 Jul 20, 2000
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Dutch term or phrase: penvoerder
Aannemer is [...] met [....] als penvoerder.

Mentioned in a Dutch insurance document.

Ta!
Anne Key
Local time: 20:26
English translation:secretary, penman, wielder of the pen
Explanation:
It seems to me that this is the person who actually does/is doing the writing. Depending on how formal or informal the document is, I would use one of the above terms. "Wielder of the pen" sounds very pompous but this is probably the most advisable in a legal set-up.
Good luck
JK
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Very concise and helpful, useful references. Thanks! Pike
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nasecretary, penman, wielder of the penkeurig


  

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secretary, penman, wielder of the pen


Explanation:
It seems to me that this is the person who actually does/is doing the writing. Depending on how formal or informal the document is, I would use one of the above terms. "Wielder of the pen" sounds very pompous but this is probably the most advisable in a legal set-up.
Good luck
JK


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Very concise and helpful, useful references. Thanks! Pike
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