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English translation: claimant, appellant

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Dutch term or phrase:concluante (B)
English translation:claimant, appellant
Entered by: Eva Gerkrath
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04:16 Mar 12, 2001
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Dutch term or phrase: concluante
From a commercial court verdict:

"De vordering ingeleid door concluante strekt ertoe:

etc. etc."
Simon Jones
Local time: 03:22
claimant, appellant
Explanation:
This was discussed recently on my German mailing list and is apparently a Belgian term meaning claimant or appellant. (I looked that up in my German-English legal dictionary.) hth, Eva
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Eva Gerkrath
Netherlands
Local time: 04:22
Grading comment
I wouldn't want to question Henri's credentials or judgement but this answer suited the context the best. The frist one however was miles off, perhaps I should have given more context and mentioned that it was indeed a Belgian document. Anyway, thanks all!
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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Summary of answers provided
5concluding partyJohan Ollevier
naconclusive party, concluding partyxxxHenri
naclaimant, appellantEva Gerkrath
naconcluding party
Alexander Schleber
naconclusive
Brigitte Gendebien


  

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8 mins
conclusive


Explanation:
(party)
provide with the conclusions/to (of a report)
communiquer les conclusions (http://www.uottawa.ca/associations/ctdj/lexfed/calfed.htm)


Brigitte Gendebien
Belgium
Local time: 04:22
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 79
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41 mins
concluding party


Explanation:
I have tried to look this up in Le Docte, but cannot find th term.
Having recently had some legal briefs from my lawyer, I believe this term means, "the concluding party", i.e. that party making lmegal conclusions in a brief or presentation to the court.

Alexander Schleber
Belgium
Local time: 04:22
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 826
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1 hr
claimant, appellant


Explanation:
This was discussed recently on my German mailing list and is apparently a Belgian term meaning claimant or appellant. (I looked that up in my German-English legal dictionary.) hth, Eva

Eva Gerkrath
Netherlands
Local time: 04:22
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in pair: 25
Grading comment
I wouldn't want to question Henri's credentials or judgement but this answer suited the context the best. The frist one however was miles off, perhaps I should have given more context and mentioned that it was indeed a Belgian document. Anyway, thanks all!
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2 hrs
conclusive party, concluding party


Explanation:
Dutch is my mother tongue and I am a sworn translator.
The above translations can be found through :




    Jansonius Groot Nederlands-Engels Woordenboek ; van Dale Groot Nederl;ands-Engels Woordenboek
    Routledge English-French-English Dictionary
xxxHenri
Local time: 04:22
PRO pts in pair: 65
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4123 days   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5
concluding party


Explanation:
"claimant" CAN be right, but is not always. The "concluante" is not always the claimant, it can also be the respondent. "Conclusions" are the document drawn up by both parties (claimant AND respondent) and submitted to the court before the trial. All claimants are "concluantes", all "concluantes" are not claimants.

Johan Ollevier
Local time: 04:22
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
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