Considerations are not mandatory, but are often used in trade agreements to define the context of the treaty. There is no mandatory format for the drafting of recitals, but these generally contain concise factual assertions that describe the main circumstances and details relevant to the termination of the contract. Statements of intent and references to related contracts may also be included. In some contracts, the publication of the recitals is usefully referred to by an introductory text marked “RECITALS”. Contractual obligations should not be included in the recitals, but should be more appropriately incorporated into the legally binding operational provisions. The same principle applies to key definitions. Whether or not the recitals may have a legal effect depends on the design of the contract as a whole. The main effect associated with recitals is the potential of a court or arbitrator to pay attention to their content when a dispute over the interpretation of the contract arises due to ambiguities in the main part of the contract. Given their ability to influence a court, the parties should carefully consider their reasons for including specific information in the recitals, the desired purpose of any statement or representation and, ultimately, whether it will have legal benefits for one or both parties. To the extent that it is intended, recitals must be considered legislation, contrary to preliminary prose, and are therefore drafted with the same level of thought and precision as the operational provisions of the treaty. “An explanation of the applicant`s difficult task may be found in Part 15 of the testimony of Mr. Leighton Williams, a member of the applicant`s legal department.

In his testimony, he says quite frankly that if there are several timelines and, in any case, if the transactional documentation is broad enough, it is a good idea to include a list of calendars in the main agreement. Transactions usually include the list under the table of materials (or on a separate page depending on the table of materials); Ordinary course contracts often list annexes under the signature block. Essential trade agreements are generally structured to include the following provisions: the parties disagreed on the interpretation of the above price rules. Dynniq submitted that, in all cases, the transportation security and management services must be measured and paid separately and requested an explanation from the High Court. Exhibitions and calendars are an integral part of this Agreement and are considered to be included by reference. Schedules of key concepts (and in the context of these) – that deal with “commercial” issues (for example. B the volume of work, pricing, governance, transfer of staff) and are generally handled by the relevant sales teams (with variable contributions from lawyers). This agreement (including all exhibitions and schedules) represents the entire agreement between the parties. It is a true rule of construction that the meaning and meaning of the parts can be brought together in a particular part of an instrument ex antecedentibus and consequentibus: any part of it can come into action to collect a uniform and coherent sense of the whole, if it can happen. 1 All exhibitions and calendars in the appendix are expressly an integral part of this agreement, as if it were explained in its entirety. List of schedules according to schedules. The integration of schedules into schedules again raises the question of the name.

It`s a good idea to use another name convention for these onboard calendars. It is for example. B a good idea to qualify the calendars of the main agreement as a calendar and to convene the appendages of these schedules as an appendix (or exhibition).