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Supplemental Agreement Clause

By Zach Arnold | October 9, 2021

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Where a settlement agreement relates to a dispute within the framework of an agreement, the parties may reach an agreement by simply amending the provisions that need to be amended. In a settlement agreement, recitals would reflect the context of the dispute or uncertainties between the parties, and the provisions of “transit” should be pragmatically dry and objective. It is strongly recommended not to defend the positions of both parties in the event of a dispute, but to use objectivity and refrain from any emotionally charged statements. Needless to say, this example is a bit too detailed. Points (a), (c) and (d) should be recorded in a single sentence: in the Agreement, paragraph 10.2(l) is re-inserted in point 10.2(m); and in points 4.3 and 6.2, the cross-references on (section `10.2 (k)` are replaced by `10.2 (l)`).

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