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Old 12-20-2011, 11:09 AM
Elendil's Heir Elendil's Heir is offline
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Ohio magistrate here. I see "must" used not all that often, but "shall" much more often; they're synonymous for "You gotta do it." "May" means in the discretion of the affected individual. I agree with Jimmy Chitwood as to "should" being used quite a bit in ethical guidance for lawyers. I also very strongly agree with, and second, Acsenray's advice.

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Originally Posted by UDS View Post
...("The Authority may designate places of historic or scientific interest which, it's view, should be preserved as heritage sites"....)
Did you mean, "in its view"?

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