Hi, can someone help me understand the sentence below?

"Defendant repeats and reiterates the allegations set for above as if set forth fully and at length herein"

I don't understand especially the part in bold.

Thank you very much again in advance!!


Did you find this in some legal document? Was it an old one?


as if set forth fully and at length herein as if all the details are listed in this document.

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Yes, I found this in a legal document. But it is not an old one. This letter was written last month.

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