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cachet humide rond

French translation: contract de inchiriere

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Romanian term or phrase:cachet humide rond
French translation:contract de inchiriere
Entered by: Liana Coroianu
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11:47 Dec 7, 2003
Romanian to French translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Romanian term or phrase: cachet humide rond
pourriez-vous me confirmer que cachet humide est correct et éventuellement me donner une explication.
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zmohali
France
Local time: 15:15
contract de inchiriere
Explanation:
Bail ou louage Le Code civil au titre VIII (art. 1708 et suivants) désigne sous la dénomination générale de "contrat de louage ", à la fois le louage de choses, le louage d'ouvrage
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Liana Coroianu
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Liana Coroianu


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contract de inchiriere


Explanation:
Bail ou louage Le Code civil au titre VIII (art. 1708 et suivants) désigne sous la dénomination générale de "contrat de louage ", à la fois le louage de choses, le louage d'ouvrage



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