Drafter


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Drafter

The person who draws or frames a legal document such as a will, Pleading, conveyance, or contract. One who writes an original legislative bill for the U.S. Senate or House of Representatives is called the drafter of that bill.

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If the drafter is successful, professionals will be able to do their work more efficiently.
Rather than seeing CAD as a replacement technology, Duvalle views it as an enhancement technology, a powerful new tool that will enable the drafter or designer to do more creative work.
Figure 9 presents the findings as to both drafter populations.
findings of a 195-question survey of agency rule drafters that covers a
In addition, one pronounced difference between direct and inverse translation tasks is the occurrence of a Drafter profile with a Non-Recursive subprofile in direct translation and a Drafter/Reviser profile with a Non-Recursive subprofile in inverse translation.
Engaging accountants or other professionals to carefully model the partnership's allocations over the expected life of the partnership greatly mitigates the risk to the drafter of a partnership agreement.
The House and Senate manuals provide several types of instruction to the drafters of legislation, ranging from the template that drafters should use to format and structure legislation to the substantive conventions that drafters should employ to choose language.
Collection-level cataloging of rare books (Jain Fletcher drafter, Barbara M.
In speculating upon the form a new ergonomics rule might take, it could be that drafters will find it to be more acceptable and appropriate to use a performance-based approach rather than a prescriptive standard.
Drafters of insurance requirements are frequently guilty of using outdated or simply inappropriate language to express the insurance requirements they wish to impose on parties to leases and contracts.
They have a 17-person staff, including two licensed architects, three Auto CAD drafters, two architectural and graphic designers, two contract administrators, one New York City Building Department Expediter, and general clerical and office support staff.
Nevertheless, the NCCUSL has passed UCITA, and its drafters defend the legislation on the ground that both consumers and vendors will be able to rely on a single law.