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    wgnr is offline Newbie
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    Default party partys' parties...

    Can I say, when refferring to Party - it is in a contract.
    "One of the Parties can cease all business when...."

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    Default Re: party partys' parties...

    Quote Originally Posted by wgnr View Post
    Can I say, when refferring to Party - it is in a contract.
    "One of the Parties can cease all business when...."
    One party, two or more parties.

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    Default Re: party partys' parties...

    In this context either party might work better.

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