| Commentary

33.2 Further assurance clauses

| Commentary

33.2 Further assurance clauses

In most cases, a simple further assurance clause will be adequate, for example:

‘Each party agrees to execute, acknowledge and deliver such further instruments, and do all further similar acts, as may be necessary or appropriate to carry out the purposes and intent of this agreement’

In some circumstances, it will be appropriate for a more specific assurance to be given by one party only, for example:

‘The Mortgagor shall at its own expense from time to time execute all such deeds and documents and do all such acts and things as the Mortgagee may reasonably require for the

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