Recently, one user has been posting a large, but by no means overwhelming, number of questions that can be very broadly paraphrased as "I've been reading a law textbook – why does this sentence have unusual grammar?" (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 in the last couple of days).
Legal English has its own very distinct and distinctive style and vocabulary that deviates in various ways from "normal" English – for example, contracts tend to be written without or with very few commas. The answer to most of these questions is, essentially, "That's just how lawyers write; you wouldn't write it that way in ordinary English."
Are questions about the style and meaning of legal English really on-topic, here? They don't seem likely to be useful to most people who are learning English as a foreign language. Most learners won't be attempting to read law texts because they're so difficult to understand even to native speakers who aren't experts in that area.