to the warehouse of the distributor

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maayani

Senior Member
Hebrew
Hello,

The supply by the Company shall be delivered in each case within an appropriate period of time after the respective part edition to be produced has been manufactured free of charge to the warehouse of the distributor.

I don't understand here the structure. What does it mean exactly "manufactured to the warehouse", or should it be "shall be delivered...to the warehouse of the distributor" ?

Thanks in advance.
 
  • MrMuselk

    Senior Member
    English - South East England
    It explains that the supply to be delivered has been manufactured free of charge is to be delivered to the warehouse. There should probably be some separation: The supply by the Company shall be delivered in each case within an appropriate period of time (after the respective part edition to be produced has been manufactured free of charge) to the warehouse of the distributor.
     

    MrMuselk

    Senior Member
    English - South East England
    Ok, sorry. Corrected example: The supply by the Company shall be delivered in each case within an appropriate period of time (after the respective part edition to be produced has been manufactured) free of charge to the warehouse of the distributor.
     

    entangledbank

    Senior Member
    English - South-East England
    Legalese. Not only do you forget what you're reading between 'delivered . . . to', you fall asleep and your next birthday arrives.
     

    MrMuselk

    Senior Member
    English - South East England
    :D Yep.Law is really hard to get through without getting lost.
    Law is like jumanji.
     
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