Is this grammatically correct? "To render payment to requesting Compensation to the subject within 14 days upon approval by Party A" How do you interpret this?

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Walt O'Reagun answered

It's obviously translated from another language into English. 
And it's so poorly translated as to be meaningless.

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1. Read

Reading may be the number one way you can improve your
grammar skills. When you read, you reinforce correct grammar in your mind.

2. Get a grammar manual

It is useful to have a thorough reference book nearby that
you can consult when writing. This way, any time a grammatical question arises,
you can quickly refer to the manual to obtain the answer. There are many high
quality grammar and writing guidebooks on the market.

3. Review the basics

It is vital to spend a bit of time learning or reviewing the
basic principles. Do some research on the basic parts of speech, as well as on
the common grammatical errors people tend to make.

4. Practice

There are many excellent resources, both online and in
print, conducive to improving your grammar skills. A quick Internet search will
reveal a multitude of websites that offer grammar games and exercises. If you
know that grammar is an area you struggle with, set aside a few minutes each
day to complete grammar exercises. Even the simple act of taking a few English
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