Clearance certificate stands for
- Clearance certificate (foreign trade regulation) , according to § 58 foreign trade regulation
- Clearance certificate according to § 22 Land Transfer Tax Act (GrEStG), see Land Transfer Tax (Germany) # Clearance Certificate
- Clearance certificate (motorcycle tires) , declaration of the tire manufacturer regarding the harmlessness of the respective tire type when used on certain types of motorcycles
- Clearance certificate for vehicles:
- If the operating license is lost, the local vehicle registration authority confirms that the operation of the vehicle (or add-on part) is not prohibited due to technical defects or other reasons and that the operating license reported as lost has not been withdrawn. You also have to prove that you are the rightful owner, e.g. B. with a sales contract, an invoice or an affidavit. With the U. you receive a new operating license from the manufacturer.
- After an examination, a motor vehicle manufacturer or an expert certifies the technical compatibility of the body or conversion with the base vehicle.
- Clearance certificate (explosives law) according to § 34 Abs. 2 1. SprengV on the reliability and personal suitability for participation in courses to impart specialist knowledge in handling and dealing with explosive substances
- Clearance certificate (studies)
- A clearance certificate (inheritance law) from the tax office is required if a person entitled to inheritance is a foreigner.
In Latin , the term is called Nihil obstat , known in the German-speaking world primarily as a release from Rome for beatification and canonization processes , and in Italian Nulla osta , a necessity for civil weddings of foreigners in Italy, for example.