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German translation: the code listed in the register is the "Flurnummer"

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14:58 Sep 25, 2000
English to German translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: Filed Standard Charge Terms/ Parcel Identifier
From a lease contract. ..This instrument consists of... (a) filed standard Charge terms or (b) Express charge terms
What might a D.F. No. be in that context??
The parcel identifier is some code listed in the land register- I just don't remember the German term for this ( my dad was a surveyor, but I happened never to listen to him...)
Thanks for any help!
Johanna
German translation:the code listed in the register is the "Flurnummer"
Explanation:
standard charge terms must be the
"normalen, laufenden Gebuehren"

Good luck,
Lis
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nathe code listed in the register is the "Flurnummer"
Elisabeth Moser


  

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the code listed in the register is the "Flurnummer"


Explanation:
standard charge terms must be the
"normalen, laufenden Gebuehren"

Good luck,
Lis



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Elisabeth Moser
United States
Local time: 03:01
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