Rezac, Milan. 2008b. The syntax of eccentric concordance: The case constraint person and the absolute displacement in Basque. Natural language and language theory 26 (1). 61-106. DOI: doi.org/10.1007/s11049-008-9032-6 5A a similar effect can be seen in Icelandic: the modification of a finite clause, which presents a morphology of agreement φ, in an unfinished clause, in which such morphology is lacking, antagonizations of persons who appear in the first (Sigursson – Holmberg 2008: 271, exx. 56-55). Thanks to Jessica Coon and Stefan None for this helpful discussion. The summary of the security used in real estate transactions is the most common form of the summary. A summary of the title lists all owners of a land, house or building before it is in the possession of the current owner.
The summary also records all deeds, wills, mortgages and other documents affecting the ownership of the property. A summary describes a chain of transfers from owner to owner and all former owner agreements that are mandatory for later owners.  In (26a), the finite auxiliary matrix can successfully target the built-in absolute DP for number compliance. However, if the benefaktive PP in (26a) is replaced by a bona fide dative DP, as described in (26b) (and know that what is crucial, there is no doubling of the climate of PDs across clausrated borders), the same relationship of agreement will be made impossible. In the description of the distribution of PCC effects in section 5, I have abbreered an important detail: the distinction between agreement φ stricto sensu and climate doubling. In order to accurately capture the inter-linguistic distribution of PCC effects, we need a doubling of climatic (and/or syntactic) internal arguments to be considered “overt agreement morphology”. To see why this is a problem, let`s first look at the central characteristics of both types of relationships. After a brief study of the characteristics of climate doubling and how it differs from the agreement φ stricto sensu (in the creation of new binding precursors, in its allomorphy patterns and in its effects on subsequent syntactic intervention effects), we can now revisit the problem posed by climate doubling for our characterization of ccp distribution. As indicated at the beginning of Section 6, the generalization that the CCP appears only when an openly agreed morphology is found with internal arguments is correct only if the term Overt Agreement covers both the morphology of the φ agreement and the doubling of climate. The question now is why that would be the case. Finally, the results of Section 4 clearly show that the CCP relates to the mechanisms of φ agreement and syntactic intervention. So why would climate doubling be enough to produce PCC effects? In conclusion, let`s think again about the status of pro arguments.