17:30 Dec 19, 2016
German to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
German term or phrase: BM
This abbreviation occurs in the combination "BM f[ür] Gerichtsgeb[ühren]" under the heading "für das Gericht", and followed by the notation "0,00 EUR", at the bottom of a civil complaint brought before an Austrian court.
William Goodwin
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4 +1assessment base for court fees
Michael Bailey

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Bemessungsgrundlage für Gerichtsgebühren
assessment base for court fees

for the case that the court fees are a fixed amount of the amount in dispute (Streitwert)

Michael Bailey
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