Whereas In Agreement

Title of the preamble. The preamble is usually written with the title Recitals, Where or Background, probably in capital letters or bold. They cover some key features of the agreement, related transaction, or transactions of the parties, and help the reader understand the context before moving on to the definitions section. In this regard, clauses are one of the places that a judge or arbitrator may seek in order to better understand the true relationship of the parties and their intentions in this contractual commitment. Considerations of contracts. Most contracts contain, under the title and block of parties, but before the current text of the agreement, a group of paragraphs also called “preamble”, “recitals” or “where” clauses. Remember that the wording of “During clauses” is not universally binding.

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