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How should "And" and "Or" be used when listing items in a contract?

Please clarify the meaning of the statement "that the transfer of assignment shall be sibjkect to the condition that the benefiociary Bagong lipunan community association or the actual occupants ...
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How can a liability limitation in a contract between two parties prevent a damaged 3rd-party from taking action?

canada You have described the situation where: Party A (CrowdStrike in your example) provides a product or service to Party B (the companies in your example), and Party B provides in turn provides a ...
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How can a liability limitation in a contract between two parties prevent a damaged 3rd-party from taking action?

You are not bound by a contract you are not a party to So, in general, an agreement between two parties to limit one's liability to the other will have no effect on another person's cause of action. ...
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How widely is "where failure could result in death, injury, or damage" interpreted?

How is this sort of phrase [where failure could result in death, injury, or damage] interpreted in law? It is interpreted and applied by regulatory agencies responsible for public safety. In the ...
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How widely is "where failure could result in death, injury, or damage" interpreted?

How is this sort of phrase interpreted in law? It means that if people die or are injured or suffer property damage because the software screws up, that this is the fault of the user for using the ...
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Can they do this?

The legal interpretation will depend on where it happened. However: You might have had a contract with this guy, allowing you the use of part of his property in exchange for work in the yard. In many ...
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How widely is "where failure could result in death, injury, or damage" interpreted?

canada Contractual interpretation is conducted in light of context, purpose, and the surrounding circumstances of the contract. See Sattva Capital Corp. v. Creston Moly Corp., 2014 SCC 33, para. 58 (...
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In fine print: Refund Policy

Am I entitled to a refund? Basically, is this about days or the actual timestamp? This would be a question of contract interpretation based upon all of the relevant facts and circumstances. I could ...
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How to prove that someone forged my signature on a contract that I was not aware of

You can try contacting Docusign for assistance. They can probably provide logs showing the IP address that was used when using that pre-selected signature, and the time this occurred. From that you ...
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Parking ticket for parking in a private lot reserved for customers of X, Y, and Z businesses

Only governments can authorise fines australia A fine is a penalty and only governments can impose punitive sanctions. It would not be unlawful for a law to authorise the charging of fines by private ...
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Parking ticket for parking in a private lot reserved for customers of X, Y, and Z businesses

I don't know about BC, but I would be surprised if it were that much different from: germany Public grounds can be restricted for parking by the respective authority by putting up official traffic ...
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How to prove that someone forged my signature on a contract that I was not aware of

The most obvious option is to testify under oath that you didn't sign it. Sworn testimony is admissible evidence, even when it comes from a party to a dispute. Other potential evidence very much ...
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Can you sue a company for false advertisement even if you signed their terms and conditions?

england-and-wales If the seller knows the item does not work but advertises that it works then that is false advertising. However, it's unlikely the consumer would "sue for false advertising"...
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Can you sue a company for false advertisement even if you signed their terms and conditions?

False advertising is generally not something an individual can sue over If there are laws about truth in advertising, then it is generally for the state to bring a case for breaching them, not any ...
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when does a car quote become an executed contract?

Contracts are executed when the contract is signed. An "Agreement on price" before the document is signed will not hold up as valid. There will be numerous lines in the final contract that ...
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