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Er E.d.

English translation: eingetragen durch / entered by

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German term or phrase:E.d.
English translation:eingetragen durch / entered by
Entered by: Elizabeth Niklewska
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11:12 Nov 13, 2003
German to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents / Extract from commercial register (Swiss)
German term or phrase: Er E.d.
These are abbreviations used in headings in a table of an extract from a Swiss Commercial Register

First of all there is Ei (which means Eintragung), then Er, then E.d., then Lö (which stands for Löschung), then comes Personenangaben (of the company directors), Eigenschaften (their functions in effect such as member of the board), then Zeichnungsart (type of signature).

Er may stand for Ergänzung of the entry, but E.d. stumps me.

Any ideas of what it stands for in German??
Elizabeth Niklewska
United Kingdom
Local time: 18:33
E.d. -> eingetragen durch -> entered by (followed by name of clerk)
Explanation:
No idea what Er. stands for, though (Eintragungsr???)
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Steffen Walter
Germany
Local time: 19:33
Grading comment
Yep that makes most sense and of course it could have a capital letter as a table heading.

Pity that no-one came up with anything for Er. - I have gone with my assumption of Erganzung.
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2 +1E.d. -> eingetragen durch -> entered by (followed by name of clerk)
Steffen Walter


  

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E.d. -> eingetragen durch -> entered by (followed by name of clerk)


Explanation:
No idea what Er. stands for, though (Eintragungsr???)

Steffen Walter
Germany
Local time: 19:33
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in pair: 11874
Grading comment
Yep that makes most sense and of course it could have a capital letter as a table heading.

Pity that no-one came up with anything for Er. - I have gone with my assumption of Erganzung.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Maureen Holm, J.D., LL.M.
4 hrs
  -> Thanks.

neutral  David Moore: I know the Swiss can't speak German as we know it, but (even) they wouldn't use a capital "E" as short for "eingetragen", I'm sure....
4 hrs
  -> I wouldn't be *that* sure, David. Just imagine a column heading in a table -> "Eingetragen durch" -> seems well possible, doesn't it?
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