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Hi

Could you have a look at these sentences and correct them?

1.On the day of September 15, 2007 in XXX the Sales Agreement has been concluded between:........................ IS IT OK TO WRITE "HAS BEEN"?

2. The subject of the Agreement shall be issued to the Buyer in the original producer’s packaging

3. The payment day shall be the day of debiting the Buyer’s account

THANKS
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Hi,

I'm a teacher, and not a lawyer. You might wish to post your query again in our Legal English area of the Forum.

1.On the day of September 15, 2007 in *** the Sales Agreement has been concluded between:.. IS IT OK TO WRITE "HAS BEEN"? No.

On September 15, 2007, in *** , the Sales Agreement was concluded between:..

2. The subject of the Agreement shall be issued to the Buyer in the original producer’s packaging. Seems OK

3. The payment day shall be the day of debiting the Buyer’s account. Seems OK

In everyday, non legal-style English, don't use all these capitals.

Best wishes, Clive
Clive
You might wish to post your query again in our Legal English area of the Forum.

I think it is the Legal English area of the Forum Emotion: wink

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Clive
Clive2. The subject of the Agreement shall be issued to the Buyer in the original producer’s packaging. Seems OK
I know that the word "subject" in this sentence refers to the goods to be delivered, but I think that from a legal point of view "subject of the contract" refers to contractual parties-persons who concluded the contract. When referring to the goods to be delivered (in case of Contract of sale), i would use "object of the contract". It is derived from the Latin terminology.
Am I right?
Lawyee
Clive
2. The subject of the Agreement shall be issued to the Buyer in the original producer’s packaging. Seems OK


I know that the word "subject" in this sentence refers to the goods to be delivered, but I think that from a legal point of view "subject of the contract" refers to contractual parties-persons who concluded the contract. When referring to the goods to be delivered (in case of Contract of sale), i would use "object of the contract". It is derived from the Latin terminology.

Am I right?

Hi

You may be right, but probably both words are acceptable.
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I just say that from a legal point of view (not taking into account the linguistic one) it may be confusing to use "subject" when referring to "object"-you may be obliged to deliver yourself packed in a box to the BuyerEmotion: stick out tongue
If you want to avoid any confusion, your wording could be "The product that is the subject of this Agreement...".