This is followed by the main part of the contract which contains the operational provisions of the Treaty. This generally consists of provisions that can be considered as guarantees and conditions. Yes, for example. B the contract is a contract for the sale of goods, it is customary for the contract to control provisions such as guarantees relating to ownership, accessibility of the market and fitness for this purpose. The heart of the agreement is in the Scope article and the two or three articles that immediately follow. Some authors prefer to put costly clauses on a schedule. In this case, the text of the agreement should, of course, contain a reference to this timetable. The final article contains the various provisions (sometimes divided article by article) and the legal choice and the dispute settlement clause. Obviously, enumeration is only a way to define the structure of a contract. Shareholder agreements, joint ventures, partnerships and short agreements may be followed by another order. It is customary to list the definitions in Article 1 (subject to Rule No 9 of best practice with regard to the location and presentation of defined terms – see section 7.1(b)). UE vs.
US style. Here, too, there are differences in style between the European treaties and the agreements of American origin. Contracts designed by American practitioners tend to contain a very small number of articles, despite their size and choice of words, and a full share purchase agreement may be limited to four or five articles. Articles usually contain an article containing the definitions; on the other hand, the various provisions; and the main provisions contained in an article embodying sale and transfer (with guarantees); a payment clause and an article containing all covenants (including pre-closed covenants, a closure agenda and a non-competition clause). . . .