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Canadian Dollars
Canadian Dollars contract clause examples

Canadian Dollars” and “Cdn.$” means dollars in the lawful currency of Canada.

Canadian Dollars” means the lawful currency of Canada.

Canadian Dollars” and “Cdn$” means dollars in the lawful currency of Canada.

Canadian Dollars” means Canadian dollars, the lawful currency of Canada.

Canadian Dollars” and “CD$” refer to lawful money of Canada.

Canadian Dollars” means the lawful currency of Canada.

Canadian Dollars” means Canadian dollars, the lawful currency of Canada.

Canadian Dollars” and “C$” means the lawful currency of Canada.

Canadian Dollars” or “Cdn$” means the lawful currency of Canada.

"Canadian Dollars" or "C$" shall mean the lawful currency of Canada.

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