آخر تحديث - 2 ديسمبر 2020
As I have said before, in England, the practice as I know it refers to the “clauses” and “paragraphs” and “paragraphs” of a treaty. As a general rule, “sections” and “articles” are used only if they refer to statutes and legislation in general. Almost without exception, the text of an agreement is divided into articles, sections, subsections and other clauses listed. In large agreements, articles are sometimes grouped into chapters. The subdivision of the provisions significantly improves the legibility and legibility of a contract; It allows the designer to make cross-references and, if the contract is well structured, readers can navigate it effectively. This paragraph examines the commonly used principles of subdivision, collection and numbering. But then it says that in the paragraphs, the sub-clauses can be subdivided into “paragraphs” and “paragraphs” – which I collectively write as clauses listed in the table. “Paragraphing” is a default term, but I prefer the other term, “tabulation”: in general, one accepts that a paragraph consists of one or more whole sentences, whereas one clause in the table is only part of a sentence. For the same reason, I am not referring to paragraphs and paragraphs. Designation. There are no rules for the designation of articles and sections. Many legal systems use terminology that can be easily translated into English (for example, clauses. B, sections); while avoiding, in other jurisdictions, the terminology used to refer to legal provisions and regulations.
In this book, we refer to the main division level (level 1) as an article; We refer to Level 2 as sections, we call (Level 3) subdivisions of subsections, and other subdivisions (level 4) as paragraphs, elements or (even) subsections. Don`t create sections at level 5 or 6. If you need to list a fifth level, it is recommended to do so in “inline,” in execution text (and capitalized number, (A), (B), (C) or (x), (y), (z)). It is a good idea to mark references to articles and sections by the capitalization of the first letter (unlike references to articles in the statutes or other contracts). (17) “Seals” are divers who behave as if they were returning to their natural habitat. (18) Perhaps in a “previous life” they are in fact seals. (19) When they dive into the water, they are barely injected. (20) As soon as they are in the water, they start turning around and looking for crabs, blackbeds and other fish. (21) “Seals” are the people who cook on the beach. (22) They too are the ones who come out of the greatest disorder.