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20:01 Jul 7, 2008
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Italian to English translations [PRO] Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s) / work order for maintenance service
Italian term or phrase:o sulle altre condizioni
The full sentence is as follows:
Le eventuali deroghe contenute in un documento rispetto ad un altro che lo precede nell’elenco di cui sopra hanno valore solo se enunciate espressamente con preciso riferimento alla norma derogata ***o sulle altre condizioni***.
Could this be a typo, meaning "o alle altre condizioni", perhaps? Or am I must too tired to make any sense of it?
Grazie Marilù, potrebbe essere. Secondo me il testo rimane poco chiaro, ma delle varie supposizioni questa è quella che "fa più senso". Non mi resta che chiedere spiegazioni al cliente. Buona giornata.
It's the draft of a contract, so it MIGHT be a mistake, although which conditions are referred to is NOT clear at all. The list referred to is:
a) the Contractual Terms herein;
b) the PRINCIPAL’s General Terms of Purchase;
c) the CONTRACTOR’s General Terms of Contract;
d) xxx Technical Specification nr. ………… of……………….;
e) Interference risks assessment document nr.. ………………. of ……………..;
f) General Management Provision 10 for Safety and Hygiene at the Workplace and "Preventive Inspection Report" attachment;
(The document then proceeds to say):
In the event of non-conformance or discrepancy among the aforementioned contractual documents, the contents of each of them shall prevail over the subsequent ones, in the order in which they are shown above.
Any derogations contained in a document with respect to a foregoing document in the above list shall only be deemed valid provided they are expressly set forth with explicit reference to the norm repealed or ***