6/10/17 ‘Including’ and ‘Includes’
It’s standard practice to add without limitation or but not limited to after including, and without limitation or but is not limited to after includes. (You also see wordier variants, two of them being including without limiting the generality of the foregoing and including without implication of limitation.)
But these additions are more trouble than they’re worth, and they can’t be counted on to accomplish the intended purpose. What’s required is a more nuanced approach to use of including and includes.