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Reply to "On which/for which/ in which"

Hi, Tony and Ahmed,

I agree that "on" is the correct preposition that the verb "impose" takes. However, I'd use the more personal "whom" to refer to "customers":

- The details of the customers on whom the late payment fee was imposed are as follows:

or the less formal and more common:

- The details of the customers the late payment fee was imposed on are as follows:

Last edited by Gustavo, Co-Moderator
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