I am reading a law reference book and finding this line somewhat ambiguous.
If the Grantor timely objects to any disbursement, or the reasonableness thereof, or the necessity therefore, no such disbursement or similar disbursement shall be made in the future, except on notice to the Grantor. (source)
To me "the necessity therefore" is a source of confusion. Shouldn't it be "the necessity thereof" since it refers to the necessity of the disbursement? Or am I misreading this line?