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in full and complete satisfaction

Polish translation: w pełni zaspokojony(e) został(y)

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English term or phrase:in full and complete satisfaction
Polish translation:w pełni zaspokojony(e) został(y)
Entered by: Wojciech Wołoszyk
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09:11 Aug 31, 2006
English to Polish translations [PRO]
Law (general)
English term or phrase: in full and complete satisfaction
I (name) being of full age and legally competent to execute this receipt, do hereby acknowledge that I have this day duly received from my personal reprentative of said estate, the following personal property, to-wit my full share in full and complete satisfaction of my entire interest in the estate.
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Local time: 14:31
w pełni zaspokojony(e) został(y)
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Wojciech Wołoszyk
Poland
Local time: 15:31
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4 +2w pełni zaspokojony(e) został(y)
Wojciech Wołoszyk


  

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w pełni zaspokojony(e) został(y)


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Wojciech Wołoszyk
Poland
Local time: 15:31
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Native speaker of: Polish
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