alapjogviszony

English translation: underlying legal relationship

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Hungarian term or phrase:alapjogviszony
English translation:underlying legal relationship
Entered by: Orsolya Mance

07:21 Oct 22, 2004
Hungarian to English translations [PRO]
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Hungarian term or phrase: alapjogviszony
feltétel nélküli - az alapjogviszony vizsgálata nélküli - fizetés teljesítés

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Orsolya Mance
United Kingdom
Local time: 08:22
underlying legal relationship
Explanation:
mert van valamilyen ügylet (jogviszony) a háttérben, amire a garancia ráépül, ilyenkor az alap- pü. szövegekben underlying
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Eva Blanar
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Local time: 09:22
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underlying legal relationship


Explanation:
mert van valamilyen ügylet (jogviszony) a háttérben, amire a garancia ráépül, ilyenkor az alap- pü. szövegekben underlying

Eva Blanar
Hungary
Local time: 09:22
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köszönöm szépen!

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