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If I enter into a contract that a previous contract I entered into says cannot be entered, what happens next? Your question is unclear on whether both contracts are entered by the same parties. Generally speaking, it is valid for parties A and B to enter both contracts unless the formation of the subsequent contract contravenes the rights of another entity ...


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You should probably call the cops as this sounds like it could be assault, which covers a number of actions that would inflict or threaten bodily harm (typically if paired with Battery, then "Battery" is the infliction and Assault is the threat of action). Assault can be considered in cases such as spitting upon someone or unwanted exposure to bodily ...


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Your email: no. But this is the University’s email You say they use Microsoft Office 365. When you signed up, you signed up to the ToS which are clear that this is a corporate email account that belongs to the University. Are they allowed to Access/View/Edit out accounts? Yes Is this legal? Yes Do I have any say in it? As in, can I ...


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If this was not disclosed clearly to any form of "Terms & Conditions" that I agree to by studying here... It was absolutely disclosed; read the contract(s) you (or your parents signed, depending on your age) for admission and to enroll and to take classes. You signed and agreed to the IT usage policies, which will include an email account and any ...


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What type of contract I can use? Where I can find an agreement template for such case? Contracts are not classified in the way you seem to have in mind. A contract just needs to be reasonably clear about the parties' rights and duties. Among other characteristics, the contract will preferably be self-contained, reflect the parties' intent, have no material ...


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Buyer’s remorse? Assuming that you intellectually understood the contract (and adult’s are presumed at law to do so barring some legal impediment- like they were probably drunk) and that the contract terms are being enforced reasonably (in a way that a reasonable person would expect) and fairly (equally applied to all) then there are no legal remedies. By ...


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What is the term for the human behavior of not being able to truly understand what it means to abide by a legal contract until after the fact? The title and your actual question relate to different things. The question as worded in the title is too ambiguous, but one crucial principle of contract law is that contracts be entered knowingly and willfully. ...


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Go to the Arbeiterkammer. It's a institution designed to help employees on such matters. Call them at Tel. +43 1 501 65 1341 (Mon-Fri 8am-2pm) to arrange an appointment. You may need to speak German or find someone to help you who speaks German. More info here: https://wien.arbeiterkammer.at/ueberuns/kontakt/index.html


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B sues A Under your scenario, the Client is a Principal and A is a Contractor under a Contract and A is the Principal and B is a (Sub)Contractor under a different (Sub)Contract. Assuming that B has fulfilled all its obligations under the Subcontract with A then A owes them the agreed payment and B sues A for the liquidated debt if they don't pay. Whether A ...


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can it be decided to use that pool of money for other purposes? Changes to a contract need to be agreed upon by all the individuals who insofar as parties to that contract have grounds for objecting to that change. A promised stimulus or bonus on the basis of merit is a form of delayed compensation contingent on outperforming others and/or reaching a ...


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Given that they told me I would get back pay and I worked conditional on that information, am I entitled to it? You are entitled to backpay in accordance with the terms you accepted from HR. The employer's refusal to pay you from October 1st is in violation of Austria's Allgemeines bürgerliches Gesetzbuch at § 860a. At this point you have fully complied ...


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Is the contract valid? The contract is valid and enforceable unless your husband disputes it. The difficult part in your situation is whether you (or your husband) have the ability to prove that the gym's representations about its trainer are what induced you to enter the contract. This detail might or might not be ascertainable from the contract. If that ...


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why would Alex get "an award of £800 (£3,000 less the £2,200 value of the car received)"? When speaking of "[being] worth" £2,500 (or £3,000), the author presumably refers to the amount Alex paid for the car under his agreement with Phillipa. That can differ from the car's market price. The author uses interchangeably the term of "worth" to refer to Alex's ...


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If in doubt, why not make PDFs? PDF software generally has a signature feature. I use foxit, which is free and easy to use, and it has a handy signing tool. You just upload a scanned signature image in. When I needed to send official communications to a hearing officer, with copy to the other side, I emailed for simple things like scheduling discussions. ...


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You may consider attaching a digital signature as the last line of each document. Make the last line read "sha3-256: 0feba.....", where that line is the signature of everything in that file before the signature line. This would make them very difficult to tamper with. Especially if you also keep a catalog of the signatures and sizes for all the files you ...


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Whether they are admissible as evidence is up to the trier of law The “trier of law” (judge) decides what evidence is admissible according to the rules of evidence. Documents of most kinds are not admissible on their own (exceptions include “business” documents like invoices and receipts). To be admissible, someone (presumably you) has to testify as to ...


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will these documents hold in the court of law? They could be. It is up to a party to dispute the adversary's evidence regardless of how easy it is to alter that evidence. Absent an objection, the '.docx' file would be considered admitted. what prevents someone from altering the contents of the document? Nothing. But in the event of forgery, the victim ...


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Evidence is evidence. The word document can be evidence of something. Yes it is true that the document can be forged, modified etc. But this only affects how much weight is attached to the evidence (i.e how convincing it is)


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Some of the main liabilities that can't be waived are liabilities arising from intentional torts, reckless conduct, willful and wanton conduct, gross negligence and bad faith. Also, often certain statutory liabilities (e.g. an obligation to pay minimum wage to employees governed by an agreement) provide on their face that they may not be waived by agreement. ...


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"Title" means ownership. But ownership can be "encumbered," for example, by a tenant with a lease, which is an "interest," something which is less than full ownership but which is legally enforceable and usually recorded if it has to do with real estate. "Interests" include those established in probated wills and in trusts, those established in mortgages ...


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