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    Relating to vs Related to

    Hello all ,

    I would like to know the main differences between "relating to and related to" and if I can use them interchangeably in the following sentence:

    This payment is related to the main invoice
    This payment is relating to the main invoice

    I want to say that the payment is to pay the main invoice.

    Many thanks in advance,

    Irland 5

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    Re: Relating to vs Related to

    Quote Originally Posted by irland5 View Post
    Hello all ,

    I would like to know the main differences between "relating to" and "related to" and if I can use them interchangeably in the following sentences:

    This payment is related to the main invoice.
    This payment is relating to the main invoice.

    I want to say that the payment is to pay the main invoice.
    Only the first sentence is correct. Note my corrections above. Remember to put each quoted text between two quotation marks.
    I am not a teacher.

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