The use of modifiers in Legal English (1)

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A modifier is a word or group of words that limits or describes another word or words. For example, “Ken did well at law school and was voted the student most likely to succeed.” A dangling modifierĀ is a modifier left without something to modify. In the sentence, “Having listened to her lawyer, her problems were […]

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