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Göhler, OWiG, 14. edition, section 130, Rn. 12 und 13

English translation: Randnummer - margin note

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German term or phrase:Rn.
English translation:Randnummer - margin note
Entered by: algy
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20:02 Aug 2, 2006
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Law/Patents - Law (general) / Abbreviation Rn.
German term or phrase: Göhler, OWiG, 14. edition, section 130, Rn. 12 und 13
Rn. - Another abbreviation! The overall context is a decision by BaFin to impose a fine for a regulatory offence. The reference relates to the 'immediate' submission to BaFin of proof of declaration of directors' dealings, though I doubt this is relevent to the abbreviation.
algy
United Kingdom
Local time: 08:16
Randnummer - margin note
Explanation:
See also http://www.proz.com/kudoz/280248
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Brie Vernier
Germany
Local time: 09:16
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Thanks, Brie. 'Rand..' just didn't occur to me. Thanks again to Derek for the extra info.
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Randnummer - margin note


Explanation:
See also http://www.proz.com/kudoz/280248

Brie Vernier
Germany
Local time: 09:16
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Thanks, Brie. 'Rand..' just didn't occur to me. Thanks again to Derek for the extra info.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Derek Gill Franßen: I'd prefer "margin nos." here, but you're right. ;-) @algy: Every commentary seems to use a different system, i.e. "Randziffer/Randzahl/Randzeichen/Randnummer" - it's all the same: a number in the margin to help find your way around & ease citation. :-)
9 mins
  -> Thanks, Derek -- of course "margin number" is fine, too

agree  Julia Lipeles
1 hr
  -> Thanks, Julia

agree  Teresa Reinhardt
4 hrs
  -> Thanks, Teresa

agree  Steffen Walter
11 hrs
  -> Danke, Steffen

agree  Astrid Elke Witte: "marginal reference"
12 hrs
  -> Thanks, Astrid
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