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    in order for sth

    could you please tell me if the last phrase of the sentence is ok? '...that no additional costs be incured' to be precise, if not, how to put it in a different way?

    The procedure of sending funds to a foreign account demands that the same data corresponding to the beneficiary’s bank account be provided in order for the transfer to be executable and that no additional costs be incured.


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    Re: in order for sth

    '...that no additional costs be incurred'

    ...that there are no additional costs created during this transaction

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    Re: in order for sth

    I find the sentence a little odd – "same" seems redundant, and "requires" might be better than "demands" here. Thus (taking into account Anglika's correction) you might say:

    "The procedure of sending funds to a foreign account requires that the data corresponding to the beneficiary’s bank account be provided, in order that the transfer be executable and that no additional costs be incurred."

    Or:

    "When sending funds to a foreign account, for the transfer to be executable, and for additional costs to be avoided, the data corresponding to the beneficiary's bank account must be provided."

    (I'm not sure what the underlined part implies, though, in this context.)

    MrP


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    Re: in order for sth

    Anglika and MrPedantic, thank you very much for your answers, I needed it for my bachelor thesis.
    P.S. I'm considering finishing my postgraduate studies in England, my dream is to speak English like you do

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