This golden oldie is “such” a good one that IP Draughts had to repeat it.
A recent case in the UK Supreme Court, Rainy Sky S. A. and others v Kookmin Bank  UKSC 50, boils down to a simple question of contract interpretation: to what does the word “such” refer, in clause 3 below? Only the relevant parts of the following clauses have been quoted here. Key words are highlighted in bold text:
 … you are entitled, upon your rejection of the Vessel in accordance with the terms of the Contract, your termination, cancellation or rescission of the Contract or upon a Total Loss of the Vessel, to repayment of the pre-delivery instalments of the Contract Pricepaid to you prior to such termination or a Total Loss of the Vessel (as the case may be)and the value of the Buyer’s Supplies delivered to the Shipyard (if any)…
 In consideration of your agreement to make the pre-delivery instalmentsunder the Contract
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