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It is possible that a court would hold Comapny X's agreement with Bob to be unconscionable for overbredth and therefore void. This would depend on the state having jurisdiction, and on the specific facts of the case and the language of the contract between X and Bob. Some states do not favor such broad agreements on automatic assignment of IP rights. If ...


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It is not forgery to modify a signed document if you clearly indicate the date and nature of the changes, but the landlord could retain and rely on the original version, whoch would be to your disadvantage. I would suggest writing and signing a letter in which you acknowledge receipt of the condition from, and indicate that you know that it must be filled ...


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I presume the contractual chain is: client -> agency -> you. If so, what you are entitled to is entirely spelled out in your contract with the agency. What the agency is entitled to is entirely spelled out in their contract with the client and, in general, is none of your business. However, a rather critical point raised in your comment is "if for whatever ...


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Are those text messages legally binding for the other 2 services even though they were not mentioned explicitly in the contract I signed? Based on what you describe, yes, they are legally binding unless they are implicitly and sufficiently related to the signed contract. For ease of reference, let's label as S1 the service which is the subject matter of ...


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Because the contract is between the creator and the backer Kickstarter is not a part of this contract — the contract is a direct legal agreement between creators and their backers. Here are the terms that govern that agreement: Kickstarter has separate agreements with creators and backers but the creators and backers have their own contract.


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Why do you think this is a “donation”? It is clear from Patreon’s ToS that you are entering into a contract with them for which you pay and they (through their creators) provide a service. You can cancel at any time but until you do you have to pay.


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Besides what Iñaki Viggers said, you might want to check your signed contract for the standard "Entire agreement" clause. If it's there, then all your relations with the other party would be solely bound by the contract or its written amendments. So no luck with the texts, unless the other party agrees to amend the contract. If it's not there, you could be ...


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Should I sign this? should ask if I can initial the page next to the opening paragraph to show that I have read and understand it must be returned within 15 days of move-in. Would this work? No, that is an unwarranted risk. A mark such as your initials may constitute sufficient evidence of your awareness and acceptance of the statements in the ...


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John can surely negotiate the contract, and submit it to his parent, Janet. If Janet ratifies it, it will be binding on all parties.


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