negatorischen Rechtsschutz

English translation: restraining relief

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German term or phrase:negatorischen Rechtsschutz
English translation:restraining relief
Entered by: Inge Luus

19:28 Nov 30, 2013
German to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Law (general)
German term or phrase: negatorischen Rechtsschutz
"..., dass es gegen die gerichtliche Rechtsverteidigung ... im Zivilprozess ... kein Unterlassungsanspruch und damit keinen ***negatorischen Rechtsschutz*** gibt..."

Appears in a court decision.

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Inge Luus
South Africa
Local time: 18:24
restraining relief
Explanation:
... e.g. a prohibitive oer 'negative' injunction denying the other side's rights.
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restraining relief


Explanation:
... e.g. a prohibitive oer 'negative' injunction denying the other side's rights.


    Reference: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quasinegatorischer_Unterlassung...
Adrian MM. (X)
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