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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrafterdraft‧er /ˈdrɑːftə $ ˈdræftər/ noun [countable]  a draftsman
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drafterThe experienced drafter, with expertise in contract and commercial matters, may need little or no guidance on these matters.From the point of view of the drafter there is a further danger.Often the drafter will be able to improve on a precedent.Throughout the drafting process the drafter should keep in mind the objectives the terms are intended to achieve.In other words, the drafter must understand what he/she is trying to achieve.The drafter should also take care to use defined words and phrases consistently.The drafter should not begin to draft until he/she knows exactly what he/she wants to say.
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