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German translation: geschäftsfähig


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21:17 Jan 19, 2008
Russian to German translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Russian term or phrase: дееспособный
Wie heißt das nun genau - handlungsfähig, geschäftsfähig oder zurechnungsfähig?
Steffen Pollex
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German translation:geschäftsfähig
im "juristischen Sinne".

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im "juristischen Sinne".

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agree  Dmitri Platonov: G. ist – als Unterart der allgemeinen Handlungsfähigkeit – die Fähigkeit, durch eigenes Handeln wirksam Rechtsgeschäfte abzuschließen. Das Gesetz geht davon aus, dass volle G. ab Eintritt der Volljährigkeit beginnt./ Russ. Def. siehe: encycl.yandex.ru
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agree  Edgar Hermann
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agree  Taranichev
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agree  Сергей Лузан
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