Permitted agreements and clause 7
What Does 7 (iv) permit?
Para 7 (iv) says:
(A combination of (i) and (ii) above (‘Polish Club” or “Three way club”)
The phrase “A combination of (i) and (ii) above” surely cannot mean “A combination of (i) or (ii) above.!
AND has one meaning, OR has a completely different meaning
But to make bridge sense, and to make the examples appropriate, the phrase is supposed to mean either (i) or (ii) , which is not what the words say.
Why did the authors and the proof readers not change the wording? If (iv) had read, Anything allowed by (i) or (ii), the meaning would be crystal clear.
Yes, I am being pedantic and got it wrong. But surely I am supposed to believe what the words say, and should not have to a try and deduce what the author is trying to say!