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nulla compete

English translation: nothing is due...

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05:01 Jul 9, 2002
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Italian term or phrase: nulla compete
Resta inteso che nulla compete al fornitore a titolo di compenso per qualsiasi spesa o onere comunque sostenuto per la redazione e la presentazione dell'offerta.
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English translation:nothing is due...
Explanation:
In this context "competere" = "spettare" i.e. money or other compensation being due. Under "competenza" the Garzanti also says "onorario" (4th meaning). So, the supplier/purveyor is not entitled to anything as compensation/reimbursement of expenses incurred in connection with writing and providing the quote.
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nothing is due...


Explanation:
In this context "competere" = "spettare" i.e. money or other compensation being due. Under "competenza" the Garzanti also says "onorario" (4th meaning). So, the supplier/purveyor is not entitled to anything as compensation/reimbursement of expenses incurred in connection with writing and providing the quote.


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Floriana
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Local time: 21:37
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