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    within

    I think "within" is redundant below. Do you agree?

    "Mís name shall be changed at the latest within two months after the transfer date."

    Thanks!

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    Re: within

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    I think "within" is redundant below. Do you agree?

    "Mís name shall be changed at the latest within two months after the transfer date."

    Thanks!
    Yes, it doesn't make sense with both terms. But I'd remove "at the latest". "Within two months of the transfer date" is common.

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