Jonny
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Can other party sneak in new contract terms via termination notice?
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From Hand v. Dayton-Hudson case it seems that there has been a precedent in US legal system that undisclosed contract changes made by recipient were reverted and considered as fraudulent: Plaintiff ...

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Can I freely redistribute attachments in emails? [USA]
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Here is good document. Read "Who Can Claim Copyright?" and "Transfer of Copyright" sections. In that document I could not find anything that would imply that receiving a file in attachment ...

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Should contracts always contain the phrase "he or she" when the person could be either gender?
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not a lawyer here I don't think it matters, if it is obvious that with "he" or "she" you unambiguously meant "tenant" and not "landlord" (or vice versa depending on case). Note that "he" and "she" ...

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Should a contract state that signing means you agree to it?
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Contracts don't have to be necessarily in a written form to become enforceable and hence in such case do not need signature at all. Two obvious reason why to ask for a contract to be in written form ...

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Would using a wired BYOD device to connect to a corporate network be considered a breach of the BYOD policy? - United Kingdom
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From legal point of view ... I think you should obey whatever BYOD policy states. IT department knows which parts of their network are more secure and which are less secure. If desired access method ...

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