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Undisclosed Cancelation Fees

I Paid $600 to a pet transportation company and after some talks in which due to some wrong information we were asked to pay an additional $300 i asked to cancel and was told that they would withhold ...
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Defective software update instructions irreparably breaks product. Do any UK consumer or product liability laws apply?

Note - I'm not asking legal advice. I already have a basis of claim in my actual case. But the case prompted a question mark over an apparent loophole in UK consumer protection/product liability law, ...
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If there are any fully valid/legally accepted digital/electronic signature techniques in the US

After reading this from 2016 "it remains to be seen" if in the US digital/electronic signatures will be acceptable in court as a valid alternative to "wet" signatures. I'm wondering if this problem ...
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Can a company refuse a refund of a digital product, even if it has been less than 30 days since the costumer purchased the product?

Three weeks ago signed up for an online course. I agreed to pay the price of the course in ten single monthy installements, but now I have come to the conclusion that the course is not something that ...
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Defenses Based on Electronic Form of Terms

I've been looking at a few terms of service recently, and have seen something along the lines of Defenses Based on Electronic Form of These Terms. You hereby waive any and all defenses you may ...
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Is a contract valid if one of the party doesn't even read it?

You might think someone must be stupid to sign a contract without even reading it. Yet I see it happen all the time, when contracts are just too long and there's no time to read stuff you suppose you ...
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Contractor bailed after getting paid in full

I live in South NJ. I have a 25k contract with a building contractor. However, they bailed once they got paid in full from the financial company. Before I knew that they were playing games they kept ...
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Could a voice response to (Amazon Echo) Alexa Skill be legally construed as a digital signature?

I'm currently developing an Alexa Skill for a client and would like to add the ability for the Alexa Skill user (where the skill user is anonymous, i.e. the skill is not linked to an account) to be ...
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Can you sue a DAO that offers “software as a coin”?

Please help me evaluate the fictitious fact pattern below and understand whether there is a viable legal strategy for the prosecution. Note that this is somewhat futuristic and does not contemplate a ...
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What gives e-signatures legal standing/force in the United States?

Having seen language in digital contract signing that basically say that you have to agree to use an e-signature as a signature, I feel like there's a bit of a problem in that needing to agree to use ...
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Is a digital last will and testament on my cloud drive legally binding?

For example: Let's say I simply put the signed, digitized document on a cloud drive and inform my executor of how to retrieve it via an email with instructions for safe keeping. Will my Executor have ...
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Can I make a privacy policy on my own for free?

I have the Problem that I want to start a web application which has access to the users files on dropbox and co. This involves saving some of the data local, e.g. the directory structure, access token,...
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Face prosecution under Spotify’s terms & conditions?

Hypothetical: Suppose that I have an acquaintance who is an artist on Spotify. In an effort to promote said person’s music, I offer to loop their music on my computer ad infinitum in return for a cut ...
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Why was my digitized signature rejected?

I really dislike printing out an electronic form (i.e. PDF) just to sign and re-scan it, especially if I'm going to just send out a digital copy anyway. So, usually I just paste a scanned image of my ...
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Is an engagement letter the same as an approximate quote?

I needed some legal help from a law firm (in India), and visited them to ask them how much they charge. They said it's their billing department that decides that, and they'd get back in touch by email....
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Does an emailed promise of confidentiality constitute an NDA?

I have a product idea and very rough prototype I want to take to a local 3D print/prototyping company to have a higher fidelity version made. I would of course not want them to make the 3D model ...
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Are “Terms of Service” legally binding that are presented contrary to “Best Practices”?

Question If a software company presents Terms of Service to an End User in a manner they expect users to neither read, nor understand - is it still legally binding? A hypothetical Company A knows ...
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Boilerplate for all proceeds from a project going to a specific charity?

I need an as-simple-as-possible document that basically states that nobody involved is going to earn any money from the proceeds of sales from the projects, but that all the proceeds are going to go ...
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Are digital copies of official documents lawfully represented?

In order to reduce my (personal) paperwork and its governance, I was thinking to scan all my official documents and save them somewhere digitally. This way, my closet would not be filled with papers ...
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What is the Difference Between Click vs Tap vs Press?

In the context of doing business electronically, filling out digital contracts (such as via DocuSign) or for accepting terms of use on a website ... Is there any difference from a legal standpoint ...