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خوفا من الغوت و التفويت

English translation: to avoid lapse and expiry

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Arabic term or phrase:خوفا من الغوت و التفويت
English translation:to avoid lapse and expiry
Entered by: Vincenzo Di Maso
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10:35 Apr 10, 2018
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Law/Patents - Law (general)
Arabic term or phrase: خوفا من الغوت و التفويت
بجميع عناصره المادية و المعنوية و المسجلة بمصلحة السجل التجاري لدى المحكمة التجارية بالدار البيضاء تحت عدد 136819 و ذلك ضمانا و حفاظا على تأدية الدين هع الفوائد القانونية الذي هو 885.000,00 درهم و ذلك خوفا من الغوت و التفويت
Vincenzo Di Maso
Portugal
Local time: 18:37
to avoid lapse and expiry
Explanation:

Example:
...to avoid [termination] by lapse or expiry.
...before the scheduled term lapsed or expired
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R Farhat
Lebanon
Local time: 20:37
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shukran!
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خوفا من الفوت والتفويت
to avoid lapse and expiry


Explanation:

Example:
...to avoid [termination] by lapse or expiry.
...before the scheduled term lapsed or expired

R Farhat
Lebanon
Local time: 20:37
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic
PRO pts in category: 163
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shukran!
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