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00:56 Nov 28, 2008
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German to English translations [PRO] Law/Patents - Accounting / Commercial/Business Statutes
German term or phrase:Bewirtschaftungsrecht
Unfortunately, there is no real context except for the fact that the term appears on a list attached to a General Conditions of Contract for the Provision of Accounting Services. In particular, we are talking about Wirtschaftsprüfungen. The provisions of the Bewirtschaftungsrecht are mentioned together with the Price Law (Preisrecht) and the Wettbewerbsbeschränkungsrecht (Act against Restraints on Competition).
Thank you all in advance!
Reference information: I don't feel like offering this as a translation, but maybe it will help.
(3) The engagement does not extend – to the extent it is not directed thereto – to an examination of the issue of whether the requirements of tax law or special regulations, such as, for example, laws on price controls, laws limiting competition and Bewirtschaftungsrecht [laws controlling certain aspects of specific business operations] were observed;
Kim Metzger Mexico Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 181
Note to reference poster
Asker: Thank you, Kim! Thank you very much indeed. It helps more than you can imagine. Bewirtschaftungsrecht is a very peculiar thing... I have a dictionary, which gives the following translation for Bewirtschaftungsvorschriften: control regulations. Could I go with that? Say, for instance, "Control legislation" instead of "law" or "act"? Would that make sense? I think it actually does, but I would appreciate your opinion. Thanks again, this was a very useful link indeed!
Reference information: Bewirtschaftungsrecht kann auf der staatlichen Ebene das Recht des Staates, Rationierungen von Wirtschaftsgütern zu verordnen, umfassen.
Es kann auf der privaten Ebene das Recht darstellen, Grund und Boden zu Wirtschaftszwecken zu verwenden.
Da dies zwei verschiedene Konzepte sind, muß das konkrete Umfeld des AT zugrundegelegt werden, um die korrekte Übersetzung zu formulieren.