Commentary

49.4 Use of boilerplate clauses to indicate authority

BOILERPLATE AND COMMERCIAL CLAUSES vol 4(3)
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49.4 Use of boilerplate clauses to indicate authority

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49.4 Use of boilerplate clauses to indicate authority

Boilerplate clauses are also used to indicate that only an authorised representative of a party can sign or agree to:

  1. (a)

        notices;

  2. (b)

        approvals (of an action to be carried out in pursuant to an agreement);

  3. (c)

        the varying or amending an agreement, and so on.

This may be done by naming a particular person or particular officer or job-holder for a party is authorised.

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