"Nicht ausg. an*

English translation: not given/handed/issued to

19:51 Feb 19, 2012
German to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs / Driving Licences
German term or phrase: "Nicht ausg. an*
Follow-up to earlir question and reply by Armorel Young

( Extract is already mostly translated (UK English))

Landesamt......
Extract from the Driving Licence Data Bank
-
Personal Data:
Mrs..........
born on.......

Ausgehӓndigt "Nicht ausg. an* on Vehicle

Owner Categories (Klassen VHK)
B.L.M.

Since a date is given, I assume this means *not delivered on", which could for example refer to a returned mail. Any alternatives or simply comments?
Jon Fedler
Local time: 02:28
English translation:not given/handed/issued to
Explanation:
I think this is about the person the licence was (or wasn't) given to, not the date - because if it referred to a date it would have to be "am" rather than "an".

See http://www.herne.de/kommunen/herne/ttw.nsf/files/_KfZ-Zulass...$file/neuer_antrag_auf_umtausch_eines_f%C3%BChrerscheines.pdf
for an example of "Führerschein ausgehändigt an Antragsteller"
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Armorel Young
Local time: 00:28
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not given/handed/issued to


Explanation:
I think this is about the person the licence was (or wasn't) given to, not the date - because if it referred to a date it would have to be "am" rather than "an".

See http://www.herne.de/kommunen/herne/ttw.nsf/files/_KfZ-Zulass...$file/neuer_antrag_auf_umtausch_eines_f%C3%BChrerscheines.pdf
for an example of "Führerschein ausgehändigt an Antragsteller"

Armorel Young
Local time: 00:28
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