Practical Law Glossary Item 6-382-3412 (Approx. 3 pages)
Also known as schedules. A document that supplements the representations and warranties (and sometimes other provisions) contained in an agreement. The disclosing party (often the seller) typically uses disclosure schedules to disclose exceptions to, as well as to provide information that is too lengthy for inclusion in, the agreement. Disclosure schedules are typically attached to the end of the agreement and incorporated by reference.