To write plainly, use of this document instead of the legalistic hereof.
- Legalistic: Dr. Couch’s comments are attached and made a part hereof.
- Plain: Dr. Couch’s comments are attached and made a part of this document.
In many instances, the best solution is simply to omit the word hereof.
- Legalistic: Payments will be made subject to paragraph (a) hereof.
- Plain: Payments will be made subject to paragraph (a).
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