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Forderungsbetrag nach Kündigung


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08:19 Sep 6, 2006
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German to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Law: Contract(s) / Forderungsbetrag
German term or phrase: Forderungsbetrag nach Kündigung
From a contract:

Die Firma wird der (credit information company) auch Daten aufgrund nichtvertragsgemäßen Verhaltens (z.B. Forderungsbetrag nach Kündigung) übermitteln.
xxxNick Somers
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3amounts outstanding/unpaid after closure of the accountKieran McCann
3termination compensation
Nicole Wulf



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termination compensation


I think that is what they mean...

Nicole Wulf
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neutral  Richard Benham: To be safer, why not "amount claimed on termination"?
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amounts outstanding/unpaid after closure of the account

'Forderungsbetrag' is any kind of outstanding debt and this phrase seems to occur mainly in connection with credit relationships, so I think 'Kündigung' here means closing/giving notice to terminate an account of some kind rather than employment termination. I'm not sure whether it's the account holder or the bank/lender who is implied to have given notice, but in any case the point is that people who leave amounts unsettled after an account in their name has been closed are obviously going to have that noted on their credit record

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=Forderungsbetrag. nac...

Note added at 6 hrs (2006-09-06 14:46:08 GMT)

I suppose it could be employee loans outstanding after employment termination but this seems to be a standard term in the sense I've already described

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