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    stipulation

    I have some doubts about the use of "stipulation" in an agreement. The sentence is the following:

    "The General Agreement provides the stipulation of a Partnership Agreement with the Partners"
    Is this correct?

    It should be very formal (legal English).
    Thank you in advance
    mgb109

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    Re: stipulation

    Quote Originally Posted by mgb109 View Post
    I have some doubts about the use of "stipulation" in an agreement. The sentence is the following:


    Is this correct?

    It should be very formal (legal English).
    Thank you in advance
    mgb109
    "The General Agreement stipulates that a Partnership Agreement be drawn up between the partners". Is this what you are trying to say?

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    Re: stipulation

    The meaning is (more or less) the following:

    In the General Agreement (signed by the project coordinator with the Grantmaker) provides for (or "foresees") the stipulation (or "signature"?) of another Agreement among the Partners involved in the project.

    Is it clear?

    mgb109

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