Definition of hereinbefore in English:

hereinbefore

adverb

formal
  • Before this point in this document:

    ‘any such notice shall be considered to have been given within fourteen days after it was mailed in the manner hereinbefore provided’
    • ‘Any applicant, instead of executing the work of constructing and draining the roads, as hereinbefore provided, may do one of those things.’
    • ‘In all of the circumstances, judgment will issue in favour of the plaintiffs against the defendant for the damages hereinbefore referred to.’
    • ‘As hereinbefore set forth he also so testified at trial and that such pain was excruciating.’
    • ‘Further, the conduct of the Legal Aid Board as hereinbefore set out constituted the deliberate commission by the Legal Aid Board of unlawful acts in a manner foreseeably injurious to the Claimant.’
    • ‘Following the said surgical procedures set forth in Paragraph 7 hereinbefore, the Plaintiff's condition was worse than it had been pre-operatively.’
    • ‘In the first place the duty of care owed by the surveyors to Mrs Smith resulted from the proximate relationship between them arising in the circumstances hereinbefore described.’

Pronunciation

hereinbefore

/ˌhɪərɪnbɪˈfɔː/