Contract Preamble

A contract preamble is a brief statement that appears at the beginning of a contract. It typically contains the names of the parties to the contract and the date of the agreement. The preamble may also include a recital, which is a statement of facts that forms the basis of the agreement.

The purpose of a contract preamble is to provide context for the agreement and to set forth the intentions of the parties. It can also help to clarify the contractual relationship between the parties and identify any areas of disagreement.

A contract preamble is not legally binding, but it can be used as evidence in court if there is a dispute over the meaning of the contract. If you are drafting a contract, you should consult with an experienced attorney to ensure that your preamble accurately reflects your intentions and that all relevant information is included.

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