Plain English: alternatives to "you" and "we"
A commenter writes--
- What about the third option of avoiding pronouns completely? (i.e., Purchaser, Seller, Tenant, etc.)
But for a consumer transaction, I dislike the stuffy sound of these proper nouns:
- Borrower agrees to make 36 monthly payments . . .
- If Borrower pays late twice in one year, Bank will raise Borrower's interest rate . . .