releve d'un regime particulier

Greek translation: υπόκειται σε ειδικό καθεστώς

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French term or phrase:relève d'un régime particulier
Greek translation:υπόκειται σε ειδικό καθεστώς
Entered by: socratisv

20:48 Nov 23, 2006
French to Greek translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Government / Politics
French term or phrase: releve d'un regime particulier
Nous vous prions de nous faire savoir si cette personne releve d'un regime particulier ou s'il beneficie de prestations familiales du regime general des travailleurs salaries, ce qui rend les dispositions des reglements CEE applicables a sa situation.

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υπόκειται σε ειδικό καθεστώς
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υπόκειται σε ειδικό καθεστώς


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Emmanouil Tyrakis
Local time: 04:21
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Merci.... Bonjour...

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