"Under some circumstances, medical services require that the physician follow up with the patient to ensure their well-being and provide additional treatment when necessary."
Do I need to use 'follow up with', 'follow up on' or 'follow up' in the above sentence?
If an agreement with a certain company and a specific date is mentioned for the first time, does it take the indefinite or definite article as in "A quality agreement with Professional Courier Services Pvt. Ltd. dated 22.03.2016 stipulates the following:..."?
Does the word manufacturer take an article when followed by the name of a company as in 'the manufacturer Yahcheng Jiangzhou Chemical Co. Ltd. has been aprroved'? Does it take the indefinite article or does it not tak ean article?
"The parties will discuss a broad range of issues of bilateral cooperation in political, security and investment sectors."
Would there need to be 'the' as in "...in the political, security, and investment sectors."?
1)Absent any objections,the plan will proceed.
2)Absent such an agreement we can go no further.
Basicaly, it meams 'without' here.
Could I use it in the middle of a sentence as in ''Services are being rendered absent a guarantee of quality"?
Can I use the present perfect to mean completion of an action in the future as follows?
"The bill will be formally effective from the date on which it has been signed into law." Or does it need to be "...the date on which it is passed into law."? Would either be correct?