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accollo cumulativo

English translation: cumulative assumption

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Italian term or phrase:accollo cumulativo
English translation:cumulative assumption
Entered by: Sara Castagnoli
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17:17 Dec 21, 2005
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Italian term or phrase: accollo cumulativo
unfortunately I have no context - it is just a term in a list. If "accollo" = "debt assumption/assumption of debt", this should be a contract for which the debtor and the third party assuming the debt both remain liable vis-à-vis the creditor
Sara Castagnoli
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cumulative assumption
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cumulative assumption


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