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13 months ago

Obia Ranndy  See profile asked this question:

Language pair:

French > English

Subject:

Technical / Engineering

Level of diffculty:

Difficult / demanding

Word or term in question:

Paiement des décomptes des travaux

Context:

Pour le paiement des décomptes des travaux de réalisation de 8 forages

Keywords:

Finance

 

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13 months ago

martynback  See profile wrote:

payment of itemized invoices

My comment:

"for the work" is implicit

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13 months ago

elvis  See profile wrote:

Payment of breaking up work

13 months ago

Bennz  See profile wrote:

payment of bill of quantity

My comment:

A bill of quantity is a list of works completed, including the materials used in the construction industry. it's usually produced by the quantity surveyor.

13 months ago

CMD  See profile wrote:

payment for work performed

My comment:

cf https://www.lawinsider.com/clause/payment-for-work-performed

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13 months ago

CMD  See profile wrote:

OR "payment/settlement of itemized accounts for work" 1. cf Dict. techn. [+ forage], Edit. Technip : "décompte" = "itemized account" 2. account settlement generally refers to the payment of an outstanding balance; it can also refer to the completion of an offset process between two or more parties in an agreement