ITTIG

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ITTIGIstituto di Teoria e Tecniche dell'Informazione Giuridica (Italy)
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"You need to be clear on what your warranty obligations are," Ittig says.
Second, as Ittig points out, "if you borrow clauses from different sources, you aren't going to understand the relationships between them." As a result, you may end up with a contract that contradicts itself in certain places.
More than 130 donated glass works by artists including Robert Mickelsen and Hans and Karl Ittig will be sold.
Lawyer Judith Ittig of Washington, D.C., firm Ittig & Ittig, which specializes in construction law, says that there are two main junctures where problems occur.
In her work with contractors, Ittig has noticed problems during the end of the design phase when homeowners are often shocked that the final product is over budget.
102-107, and Annette Ittig, 'Historian's Choice: The Ardabil', Hali, no.
(26.) Thomas Ittig's account of his questioning of pastor Elias Hoffmann on June 25, 1705: Neue Capelle oder Kirch, 49-49', 50-51'.
Moreover, certain pieces that might well have definitively entered the corpus, such as Hermas's Shepherd, were in fact excluded, having been placed by Cotelier in an equally ambivalent category of "writings of the Fathers contemporary with the apostolic period" which was in turn constituted into a corpus of the "writings of the Apostolic Fathers" by Thomas Ittig in 1675.(4) It is interesting to note although Hermas is included in Fabricius's volume, it was the Cotelier/Ittig view of it that was to gain the upper hand.
237-56; Annette Ittig, "A Talismanic Bowl", Annales islamologiques, xviii (1982), pp.
In another study by Ittig (1980) the BBB complaint system was compared with the small claims court system.
Ittig (1980) found that five percent of complaints filed were submitted by minorities although minorities represent over 20 percent of the U.S.