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07:35 Apr 9, 2008
German to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
German term or phrase: Sperrnorm
Man könnte die Sperrnorm einerseits als allen Kompetenzen vorgreifliche ne-gative Kompetenznorm ansehen.

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3blocking period / freeze period
Alexander Schleber
2provision in superior legislation blocking application (of provision in question)xxxhazmatgerman

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provision in superior legislation blocking application (of provision in question)

Wahrscheinlich kennen E-muttersprachliche Juristen einen angelsächsischen Fachbegriff, ich kann es nur mit dieser Umschreibung versuchen. Viel Erfolg.

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blocking period / freeze period

I think this is a different version of "Sperrfrist" for which the above is give as a standard transation by Dietl/Lorenz.

Alexander Schleber
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Asker: Thanks for the reply. But that is unfortunately not a translation applicable to constitutional law. See the rather complex example sentence.

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