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1.4. for (purposes of) clarity ............................................................ 4
1.5. terms and conditions .....................................................................5
1.6. duly authorized, duly signed . . .............................................5
1.7. (at any time) and from time to time .............................................5
1.8. the parties (further) agree that ......................................................5
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NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises contained herein and other good and
sufficient consideration, the receipt and adequacy of which is hereby acknowledged, the Parties
hereto covenant and agree as follows.

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Adams, K. A. (2004). Translating English language contracts. ITI bulletin, 1719


Adams, K. A. (2005). Whats up with representations and warranties? Business Law Today, 13

WHEREAS, the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act (Act), 15 V.S.C. 1701 et seq.,
and its implementing regulations 24 C.F .R. 1700 et seq. (Regulations) govern interstate land
sales;
WHEREAS, the Secretary of HOD (Secretary) is responsible for the enforcement of the
Act and its Regulations;
WHEREAS, the Act requires certain developers, as that term is defined in 1701(5) of the
Act, to file a statement of record with HUD and to furnish a property report to purchasers of lots
subject to the Act, 1703(a)(II);
WHEREAS, the Act provides that failure to provide a property report to a purchaser authorizes the purchaser to rescind the purchase transaction, 1703(c);
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state laws unless parties agree to do otherwise.

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comply with local and state ordinances unless
parties agree to do otherwise.

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Adams, K. A. (2001). Legal Usage in Corporate Agreements. Portsmouth: Greenwood Publishing Group
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Garner, B. A. (2009). Garner's Modern American Usage. New York: Oxford University Press
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Adams, K. A. (8 January 2008). From Time to Time. Adams on Contract Drafting:
http://www.adamsdrafting.com/from-time-to-time/
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Garners Dictionary of Legal Usage (2001).

able and willing
act and deed
agree and covenant
agreed and declared
aid and abet
aid and comfort
all and every
all and singular
all and sundry
amount or quantum
annoy or molest
annulled and set aside
answerable and accountable
any and all
appropriate and proper
attached and annexed
authorize and direct
authorize and empower
betting or wagering
bills and notes
bind and obligate
by and between
by and through
by and under
by and with
canceled and set aside
cease and come to an end
cease and determine
chargeable and accountable
claim and demand
covenant and agree
custom and usage
deed and assurance
deem and consider
definite and certain
demises and leases
deposes and says
desire and require

do and perform
dominion and authority
due and owing
due and payable
each and all
each and every
ends and objects
escape and evade
exact and specific
execute and perform
false and untrue
final and conclusive
finish and complete
fit and proper
for and in behalf of
force and effect
fraud and deceit
free and clear
from and after
full and complete
full faith and credit
furnish and supply
good and effectual
goods and chattels
have and hold
indemnify and hold harmless
keep and maintain
kind and character
kind and nature
known and described as
laid and levied
leave and license
legal and valid
liens and encumbrances
made and signed
maintenance and upkeep
make and enter into (a contract)
make and execute means and includes
messuage and dwelling-house
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mind and memory


name and style
new and novel
nominate and appoint
null and of no effect
null and void
object and purpose
order and direct
other and further (relief)
over and above
pains and penalties
pardon and forgive
part and parcel
peace and quiet
perform and discharge
power and authority
premeditation and malice aforethought
release and discharge
repair and make good
restrain and enjoin
restrain and enjoin
reverts to and falls back upon
save and except
seised and possessed (of)
sell and assign
separate and apart
separate and distinct
set aside and vacate
settle and compromise
shall and will
shun and avoid
similar and like
sole and exclusive
son and heir
successors and assigns
supersede and displace
surmise and conjecture
terms and conditions
then and in that event
title and interest
touch and concern
true and correct
truth and veracity

type and kind


uncontrovened and uncontradicted
understood and agreed
unless and until
uphold and support
used and applied
various and sundry
will and testament

amend, vary, or modify
build, erect, or construct
business, enterprise or undertaking
cancel, annul, and set aside
changes, variations, and modifications
costs, charges, and expenses
do, execute, and perform
form, manner, and method
general, vague, and indefinite
give, devise, and bequeath
goods, chattels, and effects
grant, bargain, sell, and convey
grants, demises, and lets hold, possess and enjoy
initiate, institute, and commence;
liberties, rights, and privileges
loans, borrowings, and advances
make, publish, and declare
name, constitute, and appoint
ordered, adjudged, and decreed
pay, satisfy, and discharge
place, install, or affix
possession, custody, and control
promise, agree, and covenant
ready, willing, and able
remise, release, and forever discharge
remise, release, and forever quitclaim
repair, uphold, and maintain
right, title, and interest
sell, call in, and convert
signed, sealed, and delivered
situated, lying, and being in
valid and binding

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