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    Reimbursement Grammer

    Hi,

    I'd like to make a grammer clarification with reference to the following sentence:


    Which is grammatically correct?

    a. Provides up to $1000 as reimbusement of the cost of legal expenses incurred by the Insured.

    or

    b. Provides up to $1000 in reimbursement of the cost of legal expenses incurred by the Insured.

    My main query is whether it is correct to use "as" or "in" reimbursement in this particular context?

    And grammatical reason behind it.

    Thank you for your attention in this regard.

    Best regards

    Indika

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    Re: Reimbursement Grammer

    You could use either, but I would put 'as a reimbursement'

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