This series of updates seeks to decode the legalese in some of the most common “boilerplate” clauses commonly found at the end of contracts.
Another very common clause is the “ENTIRE AGREEMENT” clause, which is generally along the following lines:
This agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties, and supercedes all agreements and arrangements between the parties, whether written or oral, express or implied, relating to the subject-matter of this agreement. Each party accepts that it is relying entirely on the terms set out in this agreement and not on any pre-contract statement, representation or misrepresentation made by or on behalf of the other party except to the extent, if at all, specifically set out in this agreement.
When selling a product or marketing a service, a good many grandiose claims may be made regarding quality and results. These are seldom later incorporated into the contract as…
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