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bearer form vs. registered form

German translation: Inhaber- oder Namenspapiere

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English term or phrase:bearer form vs. registered form
German translation:Inhaber- oder Namenspapiere
Entered by: Hans G. Liepert
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10:41 Oct 22, 2007
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English term or phrase: bearer form vs. registered form
“Financial Instruments" or "securities"
mean all securities and other financial instruments as set out and defined in the Law, including in particular certificates of deposit, bearer notes and all other titles representing property rights, receivables or securities, whether they are in paper or paperless form, transferable by registration in an account or by personal delivery, in "bearer or registered form", whether endorsable or not. The concept also includes units or shares representing a holding in various forms of Luxembourg or foreign undertakings for collective investment, including supplementary pension funds, as the case may be.

Ich weiß schon, was gemeint ist, aber da gibt es doch bestimmt eine hübsche Standardformulierung dafür :-)
Katja Schoone
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Inhaber- oder Namenspapiere
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Hans G. Liepert
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Danke, ja, das habe ich dann auch gefunden!
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4 +2Inhaber- oder Namenspapiere
Hans G. Liepert

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Inhaber- oder Namenspapiere


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Danke, ja, das habe ich dann auch gefunden!

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