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abaixo

advérbio

full

thereinafter

adverb

Comparative law notes

The adverb "thereinafter" has several equivalents in Portuguese. When used in the sense of "in a later part of that document, speech, or other text", "thereinafter" can be translated into Portuguese as "abaixo", "adiante" or "seguinte". The choice will depend on context and sentence structure. "Em seguida" corresponds to the second meaning of the adverb "thereinafter", i.e., "following a particular event or time".

Definitions of thereinafter

(in a document) in a later part of that document, speech, or other text. The term is often used to refer to an abbreviation, other form, or shorter form of words that was used in a later part of a document, speech, or other text.

1. ACCEPTANCE: This Purchase Order constitutes an offer for the goods thereinafter "Goods" listed on the face of this Purchase Order of MAYBRO INDUSTRIES, LLC.

following a particular event or time

In the event the Landlord gives such third party notice that the Tenant is in default under this Lease, such third party shall thereinafter make all payments otherwise due the Tenant directly to the Landlord.