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atto ablatorio

English translation: act of disclaimer or divestment

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Italian term or phrase:atto ablatorio
English translation:act of disclaimer or divestment
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19:35 Jan 13, 2004
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
Italian term or phrase: atto ablatorio
in the field of public administration - È, in generale, un atto giuridico della pubblica amministrazione, attraverso il quale il potere pubblico (in questa accezione qualificato come potere ablatorio) sacrifica un interesse privato, relativo ad un qualunque bene della vita, a vantaggio della collettività.
Franklin
act of disclaimer/divestment
Explanation:
ablatorio reminds me of the ablative absolute from school Latin classes.
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xxxKirstyMacC
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act of disclaimer/divestment


Explanation:
ablatorio reminds me of the ablative absolute from school Latin classes.

xxxKirstyMacC
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