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A partner sent me a scan of the contract, where all conditions are detailed in the annex, but this annex wasn't attached. And now I need to ask partner about this annex to a main contract. How it will be better?

Would you be so kind to send me Annex A (or is "Application" better?) that is mentioned in the Contract?

There is a reference to Annex A in the Contract. Could you please send me it?

I would be appreciate if you would send me the Annex A that you made reference to?

Or maybe all are bad? Please give me advice. I tried check these sentenses in google with "", but there wasn't any result Or maybe all are bad? Please give me advice.

Thank you!

  • Welcome to ELL, Sara. i am not sure that your question fits with the scope of ELL, so it may get closed soon. As it's your first question, I will give you a bit of advice anyway. 1) This is overly formal 2) this is fine 3) add an it after appreciate and remove the question mark- it's not a question (2 is a question, though, and so its question mark is correct). You don't really need to use capital letters for "Annex" and "Contract". Please review this page before submitting your next question: meta.ell.stackexchange.com/questions/439/… – JavaLatte Aug 12 '16 at 9:24
  • Note that addendum has an unusual plural - it is addenda. – JavaLatte Aug 12 '16 at 10:26
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If there is a document in the contract named "Annex A" or "Addendum A" then you can refer to the document in the same way when you request it.

Kindly send me a copy of Addendum A mentioned in the contract (on page __).

"please send me it" is colloquial; if you are trying to craft a formal request, it should be changed to "please send it to me".

  • Agreed - 'please send me it' sounds off, for some reason I can't quite put my finger on. "Please send it" is fine, "please send me the file" is fine, but "please send me it" clashes. – stangdon Aug 12 '16 at 14:21

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