immediate family members

artimieji šeimos nariai statusas Aprobuotas sritis valstybės finansų sistemos apsauga apibrėžtis Sutuoktinis, asmuo, su kuriuo registruota partnerystė (toliau – sugyventinis), tėvai, broliai, seserys, seneliai, vaikaičiai, vaikai ir vaikų sutuoktiniai, vaikų sugyventiniai. atitikmenys: angl. immediate family members pranc. membres directs de la famille šaltinis Lietuvos Respublikos pinigų plovimo prevencijos įstatymo pakeitimo įstatymas (Žin., 2008, Nr. 10-335); Viešosios įstaigos Audito ir apskaitos tarnybos direktoriaus 2008 m. gruodžio 17 d. įsakymas Nr. VAS-14 „Dėl 30-ojo verslo apskaitos standarto „Susiję asmenys“ tvirtinimo“ (Žin., 2008, Nr. 148-5963)

Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas). 2015.

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