Question: Whats the proper way to write a date on a legal document?

Modern Practice. Under modern rules, few if any states limit how you write dates in legal documents other than requiring standard American usage: the month first, the day second and the year last. Some attorneys spell out the month and use numerals for the day and year, while others use all numeric numbers.

How do you use consecutive date in a sentence?

How do you use two consecutive dates in a sentence? I would write it as “August 4–5,” because the presentation is taking place on two consecutive days. (Nobody assumes its a 48-hour presentation.) I would use “and” if the dates are not contiguous: “The concerts will be held on August 4 and 6.”

How do you write the date in two days?

I would write it as August 4–5, because the presentation is taking place on two consecutive days. (Nobody assumes its a 48-hour presentation.) I would use and if the dates are not contiguous: The concerts will be held on August 4 and 6.

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