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    Pronoun

    I'm drafting a contract between two companies. In the contract, one of the companies is referred to as "Deliverer." Should I refer to Deliverer as "he" or "it"? I think "it" is the correct choice because Deliverer is not a person.

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    Re: Pronoun

    The practice is to continue to refer to the Deliverer as such, nothing else.

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