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    Smile Can I omit "for" in this sentence?

    If Part A fail to implement the contract due to reasons that Part B shall be held liable (for),
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    Re: Can I omit "for" in this sentence?

    Quote Originally Posted by albertage View Post
    If Part A fail to implement the contract due to reasons that Part B shall be held liable (for),
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    No, you can't omit "for".
    It should be 'If party A fails to implement...'.

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    Re: Can I omit "for" in this sentence?

    Thanks,very helpful

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