aus dem Prekaristischen Verhältnis

English translation: (from the) loan for use agreement

10:44 Jun 21, 2012
German to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Real Estate / Swiss law
German term or phrase: aus dem Prekaristischen Verhältnis
"Rechte und Pflichten aus dem Prekaristischen Verhältnis mit Blatt 3362 vom 20.05.1977"
Markus Nystrom
United States
Local time: 23:50
English translation:(from the) loan for use agreement
Explanation:
„prekaristisch“<---lateinisch: precari= (er)bitten

Prekaristische Gestattung
Die prekaristische Nutzung ist nach dem Terminus technicus eine Gebrauchsleihe. Sie beinhaltet die unentgeltliche Gebrauchsüberlassung auf Zusehen hin, d.h. bis zum jederzeit möglichen Widerruf.
http://www.immobilien-besteuerung.ch/nutzung-von-immobilien/...

Gebrauchsleihe (Commodātum), ein Vertrag, durch den eine Sache zu einem bestimmten Gebrauch und gewöhnlich auf bestimmte Zeit unentgeltlich verliehen wird.
http://slovno.com.ua/Kleines_Konversations_Lexikon/page/Gebr...

LOAN FOR USE, or COMMODATUM, contracts. A bailment, or loan of an article for a certain time, to be used by the borrower, without paying for it.
http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Loan for use

The loan for use agreement is the legal instrument by which a person called the "client", lends, for free, a good (matrix, template, etc..) to another person, referred to as the "subcontractor" in order for the latter to use it as part of a customer-supplier relationship, to produce the goods ordered by the client.
http://www.edilex.com/contract-template/loan-for-use-agreeme...


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Note added at 7 hrs (2012-06-21 18:40:46 GMT)
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BTW, this term seems to be mostly used in CH and Austria
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(from the) loan for use agreement


Explanation:
„prekaristisch“<---lateinisch: precari= (er)bitten

Prekaristische Gestattung
Die prekaristische Nutzung ist nach dem Terminus technicus eine Gebrauchsleihe. Sie beinhaltet die unentgeltliche Gebrauchsüberlassung auf Zusehen hin, d.h. bis zum jederzeit möglichen Widerruf.
http://www.immobilien-besteuerung.ch/nutzung-von-immobilien/...

Gebrauchsleihe (Commodātum), ein Vertrag, durch den eine Sache zu einem bestimmten Gebrauch und gewöhnlich auf bestimmte Zeit unentgeltlich verliehen wird.
http://slovno.com.ua/Kleines_Konversations_Lexikon/page/Gebr...

LOAN FOR USE, or COMMODATUM, contracts. A bailment, or loan of an article for a certain time, to be used by the borrower, without paying for it.
http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Loan for use

The loan for use agreement is the legal instrument by which a person called the "client", lends, for free, a good (matrix, template, etc..) to another person, referred to as the "subcontractor" in order for the latter to use it as part of a customer-supplier relationship, to produce the goods ordered by the client.
http://www.edilex.com/contract-template/loan-for-use-agreeme...


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Note added at 7 hrs (2012-06-21 18:40:46 GMT)
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BTW, this term seems to be mostly used in CH and Austria

Johanna Timm, PhD
Canada
Local time: 21:50
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in category: 107
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agree  philgoddard: Loan-for-use agreement.
5 mins
  -> yes, hyphens would make it clear that it's not a loan for a use(-) agreement:-)

agree  Lancashireman: Hi Doc. My attention was drawn to this Q by the discussion here: http://www.proz.com/kudoz/4849441 (“closing without grading”). More than happy to help you over the finishing line on yet another orphan item.
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