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Explanation: Without more context on what it was that was set out or explained, I can't give anything more legal or more specific to a contract.
In English law contracts it is also normal to write "WHEREAS:" and then set out background information in the form of a list (eg information on the parties, on any previous, related contracts between them, and on the circumstances under which they agreed to enter into the present contract)
Hazel Whiteley Local time: 12:29 Native speaker of: English, Spanish PRO pts in pair: 58