Treat cross-references with great care on related documents. Cross-references can be used in related documents, for example. B in several agreements for a single transaction, an amendment to an agreement or a letter relating to an agreement. But such cross-references, especially if the agreement is not annexed as an exhibition or driver, can cause problems. The above shows that the cross-sectional referral system is as powerful in documents as it is in documents. Everyone who uses Word is perfectly familiar with the error! The reference source was not found. This is a complicated part of the (shabby) transgressibility system that supports Words` cross-referencing system, and it`s not useful, REALLY not useful. You don`t even know what it was like until it became that beautiful message. So you have to figure out what it should have related to and try to reconnect it. The alternative is shown above. The text of the paragraph does not change, except to emphasize that the reference is now separate and the deleted clause is retained as part of the cross-sectional reference, so that a user can see what it was (now deleted).
This helps users redirect the reference to the appropriate location without having to perform a contractual archaeology to find out what the original author intended to do. Identification used by the supplier when concluding a contract. Use the agreement return to store the agreement information used by an API to determine the contract number. The referral can be used globally or only for the partner and/or organization for which it was created. Sections 6.4, 6.5(b), 7, 8.4, 12, 16, 17 and 18 shall apply even after the expiration of the term or prior termination of this Agreement. Subject to paragraph 4.4, within 30 days of the date of delivery. Technology License: the Technology License Agreement, which is attached in the form of Schedule4. Benefits corrected, supplemented or modified in accordance with section 5.2 (b) (ii) shall be subject to the acceptance referred to in this section 5.1; and to refer to a number of pages, perform the same steps above by adding a cross-reference to a paragraph number, but select “Number of pages” instead of “paragraph number” for step 5 (Figure 10 below shows cross-references to a number of pages). In my previous post, I contrasted Microsoft Word`s incredibly clumsy distractence system with the easy-to-use cross-reference system that comes with prose.
Today, I will examine in detail our cross-referral system, which has been developed for the preparation of legal documents. . . .