parte obbligata

English translation: obligor; party bound to perform

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Italian term or phrase:parte obbligata
English translation:obligor; party bound to perform
Entered by: Adrian MM.

19:55 Feb 6, 2020
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s) / Contract
Italian term or phrase: parte obbligata
Il pagamento della pena convenzionale non libera la parte obbligata.
Valentina Piraneo
Italy
Local time: 04:47
obligor; party bound to perform
Explanation:
This might be a sophisticated contractual question to help distinguish between a party bound to perform, obligor, debtor (Garzanti), covenantor or warrantor either 1. of the payment or 2. likelier > of contract performance.
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obligor; party bound to perform


Explanation:
This might be a sophisticated contractual question to help distinguish between a party bound to perform, obligor, debtor (Garzanti), covenantor or warrantor either 1. of the payment or 2. likelier > of contract performance.


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