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Reference information: for the benefit of whomsoever it may concern
Generally means "in favour of any beneficiary" in insurance, abbreviated "pour compte". In the question above, this phrase has nothing to do with the fact that both parties are paying their rateable share into court, or that the sum is paid on their behalf, or that one or the other may benefit more from the expert's final opinion, as suggested above, rather, it means the sum is paid into court for the benefit of whomsoever it may concern, as opposed to an expert identified by name, presumably because, as in most of these cases, the expert has yet to be appointed. In other words, 'for the benefit of whomever is appointed as the expert in this matter" is the meaning of this phrase in this context.
* an administrator appointed to be the custodian, for the benefit of whomsoever it may concern, of the proceeds from such production or exploitation...
* ...any... officer shall file with the department a bond running to the State of Oregon, for the benefit of whomsoever it may concern, in such sum and amount