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    A request

    Which phrase is correct
    1) In view of above
    2) In the view of above


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    Re: A request

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    Hi farjah!

    I think you mean: "In view of the above".
    Meaning: taking into consideration what has just been mentioned.

    Note: a much better title for your post would be "in view of above".
    Even if the grammar is not correct, it gives us an idea of what your question is about.

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