Commentary

10.2.4 References to clauses, sub-clauses or schedules

BOILERPLATE AND COMMERCIAL CLAUSES vol 4(3)
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10.2.4 References to clauses, sub-clauses or schedules

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10.2.4 References to clauses, sub-clauses or schedules

To ensure a clear, economical style of drafting, an interpretation clause may provide that, in general, all clauses, sub-clauses or schedules referred to in the agreement are those in the agreement, thus avoiding any need to refer to ‘clause 6 of this agreement’ or ‘the above clause 6’. For example:

‘Unless the context otherwise requires reference to any clause, sub-clause or schedule is to a clause, sub-clause or schedule (as the case may be) of or to this agreement’

In some documents, the first letter of the words ‘clause’ or ‘schedule’ is capitalised

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