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Can I cross out parts of a contract before signing it?
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In Contracts, why is some text all in uppercase?
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Why is it common for settlment agreements to be confidential?
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When are non-indemnification type clauses needed in a contract?
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What is meant by "right, title and interest"?
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When can a person sue for damages?
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What counts as an offer being accepted?
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Can courts resolve disputes using a legal system outside their location?
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What's the difference between "no strict construction" and "contra proferentem" clauses in contracts?
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What would happen if someone wanted to sell something affected by a confidentiality agreement?
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Given the doctrine of Contra proferentem wouldn't it be better for the non-drafting party to not point out ambiguity?
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When signing a contract, are modifications agreed to in seperate documents striken out or valid?
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If a party says something about interpretation of contract, is it binding?
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Can a party argue they did not know a contract was changed before signing it?
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Difference between protect and defend in a contract?
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If a product is faulty, who can be held liable?
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If someone lets you use their (e.g. Netflix) account, is it legal to let others use it?
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Can anything go into a website's TOS just like a normal contract?
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Is a term stating the contract can only be changed in writing, valid?
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What happens if governing law clause specifies a state but not country?
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Holding harmless to the extent it infringes on others