Antragsteller und Antragsgegner

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German to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
German term or phrase: Antragsteller und Antragsgegner
Aus einem gerichtlichen Beschluss zur Aufhebung einer Lebenspartnerschaft.

Passt in diesem Fall "applicant and respondent" oder "claimant and defendant" oder sind für diesen speziellen Fall andere Begriffe gängig?

Die Begriffe stehen jeweils hinter dem Namen und der Anschrift der jeweiligen Partei.
Nicole Trebbin
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Summary of answers provided
5 +7Petitioner and Respondent
4 +2applicant/respondent
Thomas Roberts

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1 min   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +2

Antragsteller is normally applicant

Thomas Roberts
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agree  Inge Meinzer
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agree  Helen Collette
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11 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5 peer agreement (net): +7
Petitioner and Respondent

In England & Wales (and many other commonl law jurisdictions) proceedings for doviorce and judicial separation are between Petitioner and Respondent

Divorce | - Family law | justice in ...
The new Family Proceedings Rules 2011 ... That the Petitioner and Respondent have been living separately for two years or more and the Respondent agrees to a ... - Cached
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Divorce Petition (Separation - 5 years) FAMILY PROCEEDINGS RULES Rule 2.3 Appendix 2 2. The Petitioner and the Respondent last lived together as husband and
Divorce Petition (Behaviour) IN THE COUNTY COURT * FAMILY ...
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Divorce Petition (Behaviour) FAMILY PROCEEDINGS RULES IN THE ... Rule 2.3 Appendix 2 No. of Matter 2. The Petitioner and the Respondent last lived together as husband and
The Family Proceedings Rules 1991 -
These rules are the first Family Proceedings ... or to any child of the family or between the petitioner and the respondent with reference to any ... - Cached
Step 1: Do you have a strong claim ? - Do Yourself Justice
To start the proceedings, the petitioner will need ... “The petitioner and respondent were last ... If there are any children of the family the petitioner ... - Cached
Black Down Family Law Solicitors - Obtaining a Divorce
The courts in England have jurisdiction to grant a divorce if either the Petitioner or the Respondent is domiciled in England and Wales when the proceedings begin or ... - Cached
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"Party" A person who is a "party" to the proceedings (Petitioner or Respondent). 2. Ground for Divorce The sole ... (Family and Dependants) Act 1975,

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agree  Caroline Folz-Jorgensen: Yes, I actually just wanted to write that. In divorce matters petitioner this is the term used in England.
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agree  Kent Hyde
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agree  EdithK
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agree  Andrea Muller: Yes, that's expression used in England
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agree  Steffen Walter
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agree  Kathi Stock
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agree  Steve Kerry: Definitely, having just done it!
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