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I have a termination contract and there is a passage that goes as follows: “I declare that, as of this moment, I no longer hold the Lessee responsible for fulfilling any of the obligations that were stated…”. My question is about the usage of “any of” in this context. Is it referring to whichever obligation and at the same time to the sum of them? I want to be completely sure that it refers to all of the obligations.
Thank you in advance.
It means not a single one- you are freeing of them from any future claim against any of the obligations that come after the termination contract. In other words, sue them now if they haven't met them, but do not expect them to be obliged when you have leased it to someone else. (Not a lawyer)