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op. ult. cit.

English translation: is it in a footnote?

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04:59 Nov 8, 2000
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Italian term or phrase: op. ult. cit.
Trabucchi op. ult. cit.

This is a reference to a fiscal matter. Trabucchi is evidently someone's name
Peter Cox
Italy
Local time: 22:25
English translation:is it in a footnote?
Explanation:
Could be "Trabucchi, opera ultima citata" (last work cited), but I would not put my hand on a flame, as we say in Italy!
Actually, I would now that I succeeded in opening the site below!
Saluti
Paola L M

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Timothy Barton
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nais it in a footnote?
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is it in a footnote?


Explanation:
Could be "Trabucchi, opera ultima citata" (last work cited), but I would not put my hand on a flame, as we say in Italy!
Actually, I would now that I succeeded in opening the site below!
Saluti
Paola L M




    Reference: http://www.giust.it/articoli/saittan_sospensive.htm
CLS Lexi-tech
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Paola


Explanation:
is quite right!
I've often find (in Financial and Legal documents)quotations from texts by Trabucchi.


    ciao!
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op. cit.


Explanation:
We tend to use "op. cit." in English. See for instance p. 556 of the Oxford Style Manual.

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