The introductory section of a contract that provides context and background information about the agreement.

The process of editing or masking sensitive or confidential information in a document before disclosure.

A modified version of a legal document that includes visible changes marked in a distinct way, often using red text or highlighting.

The process of reviewing and marking up a legal document to identify changes, revisions, or suggested edits.

The decision not to accept or incorporate suggested changes made during the redlining process.

The assessment of whether a document is pertinent to the legal case and should be considered in the review process.

A contract provision that addresses the renewal or extension of the agreement beyond its initial term.

A prepayment or advance fee paid by the client to secure legal services and cover future expenses.

The individual or party responsible for conducting the redlining process and suggesting changes.


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