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English term or phrase:
occupier of place (=Director of Nursing - in Australian Birth Certificate)
English to German translations [Non-PRO] Medical - Medical: Health Care
English term or phrase:occupier of place
A note to you all who tried to help me. Thank you. You are both right and wrong. I puzzled over it and finally phoned the birth registry (should have done that before posting the question) and was told, that in this instance, it means "Director of Nursing". I am still puzzled, but they should know. By the way, this is from an Australian Birth Certificate - perhaps that explains.