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clause

Vox populi A phrase in a legal document that binds the contracting parties to do a thing. See Benefits not provided clause, Conscience clause, Consent to settle clause, Consultation clause, Delaney clause, Gag clause, Grandfather clause, Hold harmless clause, Incontestable clause, Indemnification clause, Insuring clause, Most favored nation clause, Noncompete clause, Recurring clause.
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THE MUTUALITY THEORY TO FORUM SELECTION CLAUSES AND NONPARTY INVOCATION
Good claims-control clauses will require that reinsurers be notified of loss in the timely way; receive all information; can appoint adjusters; and can fully control any adjustment, negotiation, litigation and claim settlement.
Control over peoples' conduct is typically done through the use of what are referred to as morals, or morality clauses --a contractual provision prohibiting a person's immoral, illegal or otherwise disparaging conduct.
In July it was revealed that more than PS17m had been spent by the Welsh NHS in four years on staff payouts which include confidentiality clauses.
In 2008, Labor removed these clauses which were used by John Howard s Coalition Government to prevent organisations from criticising government policy.
In a statement issued here, PILDAT has expressed support for new clauses 4, 5, 12, 13, 14 and 15 under the section titled "Declaration and Oath by the Person Nominated.
This is particularly helpful to ensure that clauses like non-disclosure of confidential information or non-disparagement survive the ter-mination of the agreement.
Of course, not all such clauses are just about greed.
7206 convictions were not aggravated felonies under Section 1101(a)(43)(M), but the judge found that they were aggravated felonies under clause (i) and ordered the Kawashimas be removed.
The partnership recently launched a member-only ACC's Contract Advisor platform which provides members with KIIAC's user-friendly technology to draft contracts, create templates, capture checklists, benchmark, access a vast clause library, and much more.
In his analysis of each of the three key clauses, Gross lists all known occurrences from these corpora and explores many of them in detail.
of Marmara, Turkey) explores the contract clauses that play a role in mitigating political risks in transnational energy projects, providing a legal and empirical perspective that is based on the existing literature and a questionnaire-based survey carried out with key actors in the petroleum sector: international oil companies, national oil companies, lawyers, arbitrators, academics, and research institutions.