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Those are just three ways of saying the same thing, there is no legal difference. One could also say: The parties to this agreement are NameA and NameB. This agreement is entered into among NameA, NameB, and Name C. NameA and NameB have entered into this agreement as of {date}. All these have the same legal effect, to list the parties to the agreement, and ...


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