I’m sure you recall this 2016 post, in which I listed words and phrases used to add pointless rhetorical emphasis to a contract.
Well here’s another such phrase, and it’s a beaut: it is emphasized that. Ain’t nothin more emphatic that using the word emphasized. Here’s an example:
It is emphasized that the designer of the unit is not entitled to design and/or change anything outside the bounds of the unit.
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Your 2016 post starts with an example of “It is hereby especially emphasized that …”
For the avoidance of doubt, I am sure.
It was in revisiting that post, and that example (which I included for another usage), that I spotted the emphasized bit.