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It depends which law applies Contract law A contract is interpreted under someone’s law. For a competent internet company the contract will usually specify which law applies, if not, the court must decide where the contract was entered into - this may be where you are or where they are. While clauses allowing unilateral changes are legal, the power must ...


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Many statements made in commerce might be considered to be "false advertising", but not all will be found to be legally false advertising. False advertising is a statutory creation, so you would have to look at the laws against false advertising, in your jurisdiction or in the advertiser's jurisdiction. In the US, there are federal laws that govern this ...


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...and according to their terms and services, the company has the right to change their conditions of the services they offer. You signed a legally binding contract when you first bought hosting services that included the "lifetime domain"service; and part of that legally binding contract was the clause that says the company can change their terms and ...


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Should the recipient pay the undisputed amount in the mean time? Or does payment of the undisputed amount imply acceptance of the wider charges of the disputed invoice? Timely payment of the undisputed amount prevents the service provider from rightfully alleging breach of contract. Customer's payment under the terms he agreed upon does not indicate his ...


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what recourse does the recipient of the invoice have to rectify the issue? Why does the recipient need “recourse”? They have not at this point suffered loss needing recourse. how can the recipient move forward to a satisfactory resolution from a legal standpoint? Assuming the recipient in happy with the status quo, why would they do anything? Should ...


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