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Any grammatical error in my phrases below.

Clause 2.1 of the trust deed requires units redemption to be made in writing, but this was not in your case.

When I say, this was not in your case, does it mean, you did not comply with the trust deed requirement or it means it applies to everyone, except you.

Any better way of phrasing that context?

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Hi, Tony C,

@Tony C posted:

Clause 2.1 of the trust deed requires units redemption to be made in writing, but this was not in your case.

When I say, this was not in your case, does it mean, you did not comply with the trust deed requirement or it means it applies to everyone, except you.

In the absence of further context, I don't find the past "was" to be justified. I'd say:

Clause 2.1 of the trust deed requires units [I wonder what they mean by "units"] redemption to be made in writing, but this is not so in your case / but this does not apply in your case.

or

Clause 2.1 of the trust deed requires units redemption to be made in writing, but this is not your case / but this does not apply to your case.

Last edited by Gustavo, Co-Moderator

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