I would like to know when we can use "Hereby" herein" in a formal writing! Would you give an example please.
Hereby: by this Deed (or Agreement or as the case may be) In fact "hereby" sometimes does not add anything; "I hereby declare" has the same effect as "I declare".
Herein: in this Deed (etc)
Hitherto: until now
Henceforth: from the date of the Deed (etc)
If you are going to use such words then you need to understand exactly what they mean and the whole of your document needs to be written in an appropriate style. Using them wrongly or in an otherwise modern style only causes amusement.
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