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QUOT, Scotch law. The twentieth part of the movables, computed without computation of debts, was so called.
     2. Formerly the bishop was entitled, in all confirmations, to the quot of the testament. Ersk. Prin. B. 3, t. 9, n. 11.

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The consultation concerns more specifically the supply: - captive spare parts for repairs and maintenance carried out on behalf of brand cleaning equipment & Quot; Eurovoirie & Quot; For lot 1, - captive spare parts for repairs and maintenance carried out on behalf of brand cleaning equipment & Quot; Schmidt & Quot; For lot 2, - captive spare parts for repairs and maintenance carried out on behalf of brand cleaning equipment & Quot; Semat & Quot; For lot 3, - adaptable mechanical brushes for the various cleaners of all brands for the lot n4.
Contract notice: Construction of sports, Cultural and events equipment & Amp; Quot; Espace mayenne & Quot; - lots 03, 05 and 13.
The framework agreement focuses on the provision of air transportation and related services through an online booking portal (& Quot; Quot; On line & Quot;) and an accessible consulting platform.
Contract notice: Supply and delivery of cold meals within colleges & Quot; Arsne Lambert & Quot; Of Lenclotre and & Quot; Theophraste Renaudot & Amp; Quot; Of Saint-Benot.