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"The confidentiality obligation will remain in force as long as X has a justified interest therein."
Is "therein" used correctly above? I don't think the sentence expresses what it should. To me, it means that the obligation will remain in force as long as X has a justified interest in the obligation, not in its remaining in force. Replacing "therein" with "in this being so" would fix the problem, I think.
I also understand the sentence the way you do.
Originally Posted by Allen165
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