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[Consultant] (incorporated and registered in England and Wales under company registration number [insert number]), the registered office of which is at [insert address] (the "Consultant"); and
[Funder, purchaser, tenant] (incorporated and registered in England and Wales under company registration number [insert number]), the registered office of which is at [insert address] (the "Beneficiary", which term shall include successors in title and permitted assigns)[; and/.]
[[Client] (incorporated and registered in England and Wales under company registration number [insert number]), the registered office of which is at [insert address]) (the "Client").]
[[insert name of Client] whose registered office is at [insert address] (‘the Client’) OR The Client] has appointed the Consultant under the Appointment to perform the Services.
By [a OR an] [Funding OR [insert other] Agreement [for [Lease OR Sale]]] [the Client agreed to grant and the Beneficiary agreed to take a lease of [part of] the Property OR the Client agreed to sell and the Beneficiary agreed to buy [part of] the Property OR the Beneficiary agreed to provide finance for the Property].
The Consultant has agreed to execute this Deed in favour of the Beneficiary
NOW in consideration of the payment of £1 (receipt of which is hereby acknowledged by the Consultant)this Deed witnesses as follows:
The following definitions apply in this collateral warranty:
means the agreement
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