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weder vermag einzuleuchten...noch ist verständlich, wieso

English translation: Neither does it seems to be plausible, that ... nor is it understandable why..

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11:38 Mar 22, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
German term or phrase: weder vermag einzuleuchten...noch ist verständlich, wieso
From a legal brief regarding a court's international jurisdiction in a bankruptcy proceeding:

Weder vermag einzuleuchten, dass der Schuldner stets dort gerichtspflichtig sein soll, wo er nach materiellem Recht leisten muss, noch ist verständlich, wieso der Richter nicht befugt sein sollte, im Fall der Ausschaltung des nationalen Kollisionsrechts durch einheitliche Bestimmungen einen anderen als den materiellrechtlichen Begriff des Erfüllungsortes zu verwenden.
Lee Penya
English translation:Neither does it seems to be plausible, that ... nor is it understandable why..
Explanation:
Hi Lee,
I am not a whiz in "legal matters", however I would suggest the following:

Neither does it seems to be plausible (or: clear), that the debtor is always to be hold accountable to the court at the place, where he has to perform according to material law, nor is understandable, why the judge should not be authorized to ...
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Gesine Agapie
Canada
Local time: 04:14
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Summary of answers provided
naNeither is it explicable why ..., nor is it comprehensible why ...Fuad Yahya
naNeither does it seems to be plausible, that ... nor is it understandable why..Gesine Agapie
naIt is not clear why .... nor is it understandable why
Alexander Schleber
naNeither can I understand
Asya Sokirko


  

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57 mins
Neither can I understand


Explanation:
Neither can I understand ...., nor is it clear how/why ...


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Asya Sokirko
United States
Local time: 04:14
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 42
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1 hr
It is not clear why .... nor is it understandable why


Explanation:
I believe that the "legalese" should be left behind in this part of the translation. I think there is no other untortured translation possible.

It is not clear why the debtor should always be accountable to the courts, there where he must perform according to material law, nor is it understandable why a magistrate should not be competent ...


    F. LeDocte "Legal Dictionary in 4 Languages"
Alexander Schleber
Belgium
Local time: 10:14
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 2340
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3 hrs
Neither does it seems to be plausible, that ... nor is it understandable why..


Explanation:
Hi Lee,
I am not a whiz in "legal matters", however I would suggest the following:

Neither does it seems to be plausible (or: clear), that the debtor is always to be hold accountable to the court at the place, where he has to perform according to material law, nor is understandable, why the judge should not be authorized to ...

Gesine Agapie
Canada
Local time: 04:14
PRO pts in pair: 16
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8 hrs
Neither is it explicable why ..., nor is it comprehensible why ...


Explanation:
or:

"It is neither explicable why ..., nor comprehensible why ..."


Fuad

Fuad Yahya
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 128
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