You need to use the new
@void function, e.g.
1.1. The parties to ...
As described in its documentation, this function inserts something in those places where the ClauseBase grammar requires you to insert something in order to make things valid. (Without the
@void, the paragraph 1. would simply be ignored because it is empty, causing the 1.1 to be set at the top level, which you obviously do not want).
However, upon printing time, the
@void will be ignored by the software, not resulting in anything tangible.
Note that ClauseBase currently does not allow the very advanced scenario of having © and (i) on the same line. This kind of layout is only rarely seen in practice, probably because most lawyers do not know how to achieve it in MS Word, because you need to know how to juggle with tabstops and reverse indentations.