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set off

Italian translation: compensato

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English term or phrase:set off
Italian translation:compensato
Entered by: Marika G
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15:24 Jan 15, 2008
English to Italian translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s)
English term or phrase: set off
As between the Borrower and the Contractor, shall not be capable of being demanded, set-off, withheld, deducted or sued upon or of forming the basis of a winding-up petition against the Borrower during a Step-in Period.
Marika G
Italy
Local time: 03:30
compensazioni
Explanation:
Così dice il Picchi...
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Oscar Romagnone
Italy
Local time: 03:30
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In questo caso si trattava del verbo..grazie!
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3 +1compensazioni
Oscar Romagnone


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compensazioni


Explanation:
Così dice il Picchi...

Oscar Romagnone
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In questo caso si trattava del verbo..grazie!

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