con espressa rinuncia ad eccezioni di qualsiasi genere

06:41 May 7, 2019
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Law: Contract(s)
Italian term or phrase: con espressa rinuncia ad eccezioni di qualsiasi genere
Hello, I have a Supply Contract and come across this phrase. Does it mean that the Contractor waivers his right to any claims? Too much translating and I cannot find the right wording. Thanks !


L'Appaltatore non può, per nessun motivo sospendere o comunque rallentare di propria iniziativa l'esecuzione del Contratto, con espressa rinuncia ad eccezioni di qualsiasi genere.
Vincent Lemma
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4expressöy waiving > with express waiver - of any manner of defenc/ses
Adrian MM.

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expressöy waiving > with express waiver - of any manner of defenc/ses

Exception in most Romance languages (generally) means a plea or (BrE) defence / (AmE) defense. In UK statutes, exception means an exemption from a rule, evidentiary or otherwise.

The present participle is waiving and not waivering - wavering (or havering in Scottish, besides meaning talking nonsense!) - denotes hesitation.

A defence in this case of contract performance (execution means signing a contract vs. implementation or job completion) might include frustration of contract (impossibility) or split liability, namely trying to blame a joint contractor or a manufacturer of flawed tools, paint (famous English contract case) and equipment for a fault.

In Roman law terms, the defences to payment of the whole of a debt might include 'divisio et excussio' - namely splitting the debt with other co-debtors and a 'plea' for a creditor to sue the debtor (of money or performance of work) first before going for a guarantor.

Note added at 1 hr (2019-05-07 08:10:01 GMT)

Note added at 1 hr (2019-05-07 08:11:49 GMT)

    Reference: http://italian-to-english/other/913186-con-rinuncia-ad-ogni-...
Adrian MM.
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