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No You owe a contractual fee for a service or good, which is to be paid in a manner of the companies choosing. Invoices contain information about what to pay and till when. This is also known as debt and the payment date is a clear indication of when to pay. You have tried to pay your debt, but an alternative method not offered is not in a manner that ...


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How far does liability extend in a civil conspiracy? It extends to joint and several liability insofar as that "is another vital instrument for maximizing deterrence" Paper Systems Inc. v. Nippon Paper Industries Co., 281 F.3d 629, 633 (2002). Charlie's awareness that Bob would have to misappropriate Acme's equipment implies that Charlie was in a ...


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In the UK its somewhat more complex. Much the same principles apply to "unconscionable" contracts, and its a high bar to reach. However for consumers there are distinct rules that apply to terms considered "unfair", and especially in "contracts of adhesion" where one party simply presents a page of fine print and does not permit ...


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General Principles There is no general prohibition at law for a party with a better negotiating position to negotiate a better deal at the expense of the weaker party - that's just business and business is legal. There is a legal assumption that parties approach contracts as independent, rational actors who, while they may not have equal power, do have the ...


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