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    "Having regard to the applicable law, the necessary approval and arrangements, ...."

    If "necessary" refers to both "approval" and "arrangements," would it be better to put an "and" after "law"?

    Thanks.

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    Re: and

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    "Having regard to the applicable law, the necessary approval and arrangements, ...."

    If "necessary" refers to both "approval" and "arrangements," would it be better to put an "and" after "law"?

    Thanks.
    Yes - if having regard to also applies to the necessary approval and arrangements.
    It would help if you could supply the complete sentence.

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