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hereunder

Line breaks: here|under
Pronunciation: /hɪərˈʌndə
 
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Definition of hereunder in English:

adverb

formal
1As provided for under the terms of this document: all expenses incurred hereunder by the bank shall be recoverable
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  • Civil unions for same sex couples are established hereunder and shall provide entirely the same benefits, protections, rights, and responsibilities that are afforded to couples married under Massachusetts law.
  • 16.3 The lender may at any time assign transfer or offer participations in all or a proportion of all its rights and obligations hereunder to any other bank or financial institution and for this purpose.
  • The Bank may terminate the Line of Credit upon re-evaluation of the Client's financial situation or if the Client becomes insolvent or does not fulfill his obligations to the Bank hereunder or otherwise.
1.1Further on in a document: the Corporation shall not be liable to pay the first part (Excess) as shown hereunder of any amount otherwise payable
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  • No response was received from either Master Beaudoin or counsel for CPC save for what immediately follows hereunder.
  • Go through my little thinking as listed pointwise hereunder and lend your name on this board in support of my little effort.
  • I set out hereunder a brief extract from this interview, which I will continue next week.

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