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scrivener

One who drafts a document.Under the “doctrine of scrivener's error,”parties may correct a deed, mortgage, or other instrument by the use of oral evidence that the draftsperson made a mistake and did not express the intention of the parties. By virtue of the parol evidence rule, such testimony would ordinarily not be allowed.

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To complete a miserable send-off for Scrivener, McLean glided over for his second try then fed Robert Barbieri to complete Treviso's win.
Palsbo's path to develop My Scrivener also led her and her family to Eugene from Virginia two years ago.
Scrivener also denies actual bodily harm to Mr Martin's wife Angela.
Mark Woodrow replied with a penalty soon after but this was more than cancelled out midway through the half when a Scrivener penalty rebounded off the upright and fell to winger Nathan Pedley who had the easy task of running the short distance to the line, Scrivener slotting over the extras.
Kay Scrivener, 41, of Rutter Gardens, Mitcham, was appearing at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court today.
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Of course, these estimates assume that you're fluent in Japanese, know what you are doing, or that you have help, such as a Judicial Scrivener ("Shiho Shoshi") or law firm.
Bridget Scrivener, 27, had been giving a pal a lift on New Year's Eve after boozing at a birthday bash the previous night, a court heard.