Certificato di nullatenenza ?

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Certificato di nullatenenza ?

Post by BillieDeKid » 27 Aug 2007, 02:18

What exactly is this a certificate of?

I know that nullatenente means no property or without property, is nullatenenza a form of this word?



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Re: Certificato di nullatenenza ?

Post by elba » 27 Aug 2007, 08:02

'nullatenenza' = lack of property.
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Re: Certificato di nullatenenza ?

Post by BillieDeKid » 27 Aug 2007, 14:27

Thanks Elba. I'm trying to figure out what exactly a Certificato di Nullatenenza is and/or what it's for. It was a document on my LDS film marriage items.

Any idea what it's for? Anybody?

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