Do yourselves a favor and strike in no way in favor of does not or will not, as in the following examples:
Borrower hereby agrees that this Amendment
in no way acts[read does not act] as a release or relinquishment of the Liens and rights securing payments of its Obligations.
… and such holding
shall in no way[read will not] affect the validity or enforceability of any of the other covenants, agreements, terms and provisions hereof.
… and the obligations and liabilities of Borrower hereunder
shall in no way[read will not] be released. discharged or otherwise affected (except as expressly provided herein) by reason of: …
In no way has a hectoring quality—file it under “rhetorical emphasis.”
If you’d like to see other examples of rhetorical emphasis in contract drafting, go here for a selection of related posts on my old AdamsDrafting blog (with a few other things mixed in).