All of the exhibitions referred to in this agreement are part of this agreement. It is customary for policyholders to believe that schedules and attachments to a contract are not part of this contract if they do not explicitly state it. Here is a selection of the language of the contract that reflects this hypothesis: non-existent. Check out your dictionary on the existence of words about it, here and here. They are neither quoted nor considered a “formal” or “written” language. If a dictionary gives examples, you will recognize them as a “legal” contract. English dictionaries also tend to trace the meaning of these words in American English. One of the manuals on contract writing, although from a “counterproductive” author, advises that “their distance from the common discourse makes them the main candidate for the chop, and they are generally easy to give up.” This explains why these words are not only legal archaic, but also vague. Try to get past the habit of using it here and here. Be specific and write “to this agreement”: it is difficult to imagine that “the parties” refer to anything other than “the parties to this agreement” (and if there is any doubt, define the parties as “parties” in the party blocs: this agreement (including all parts and schedules) represents the whole agreement between the parties. Exhibitions and calendars are an integral part of this Agreement and are considered to be included by reference. It is accompanied by an authentic copy of the statement that the Master Servicer is required to provide to the agent on the date of this certificate, in accordance with Section 16 of the series supplement.
importance. What does that mean? Typically, the part here refers to the agreement (the document in which it is written). This means “for this agreement.” It is often used as an extension (for example. B “parties to this issue”) or to identify the placement of a calendar (“as”). This is the “present agreement” (for example. B “from the date of this agreement”). All these languages are redundant. Any exposure or schedule related to a contract would necessarily be mentioned in the contract text.
This reference is in itself all that is necessary to make the exhibition or calendar part of the agreement. So do yourself a favor – drop all mentions of objects and calendars that are part of the agreement. In this regard, Schedule 2 is accompanied by a form of letter that can be used to request such documents from the broker, trader or bank concerned. Appendix as Appendix 2 is an authentic copy, correct and complete of the company`s statutes that are in effect at the time of this amendment and which came into effect without amendment, waiver, resignation or modification since – is added an authentic and correct copy of (i) of the note confirmed by the mortgage in spaces and (ii) the mortgage or trust (strike 1) that insures the note of the mortgage or trust order registered in the county where the property is located. Appendix 3 is accompanied by an original certificate attesting to the good condition of the company within 10 days of the date of this page, and no events have occurred since the date of this page that would affect this situation. All the exhibits and calendars on display are expressly part of this agreement, as if they were on display in their entirety. I mention this point in the discussion around a reference to MSCD 9.12, but I have to add it to Chapter 5 (The Back of the Contract) in the next edition of MSCD.