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English translation: excluded

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02:50 Sep 21, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
German term or phrase: wegbedungen
Die Anwendung der Bestimmungen des Wiener Kaufrechts wird wegbedungen
Sentence in a contract between a customer and their supplier
Jayne White
English translation:excluded
Explanation:
'berdungen' is an alternative pp or bedingen, which means (among other things) 'stipulate'. 'wegbedingen' would thus mean literally 'stipulate away', which is essentially equivalent to 'excluded'. There may be other (better?) legalistic terms.
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Ken Cox
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naare not to be applicableWolfgang Tiefert


  

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are not to be applicable


Explanation:
That means the terms and conditions of the "Wiener Kaufrecht" are excluded.



Wolfgang Tiefert
Local time: 19:06
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
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55 mins
excluded


Explanation:
'berdungen' is an alternative pp or bedingen, which means (among other things) 'stipulate'. 'wegbedingen' would thus mean literally 'stipulate away', which is essentially equivalent to 'excluded'. There may be other (better?) legalistic terms.

Ken Cox
Local time: 19:06
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