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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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Voir par ex Campbell Soup Co v Desatnick, 58 F Supp (2e) 477 (Dist Ct NJ 1999) (oU la cour federale s'est fondee sur une clause de <<filet de securite>> pour conclure que la restriction etait raisonnable.
Accordingly, the claimant argued that the arbitration clause was not valid, since it should have been included in the specific terms of the insurance policy.
Why draft an ADR clause now when there is no deal at hand?
The presence of the perfect in the main clause, with preterite in the since clause represents the main pattern.
A no-contest clause might be a good idea if the client expects heirs to be disappointed or outraged by how much of the estate they're receiving.
In this example the clause headed by -ing verb form could be interpreted either as a gerundial clause (the whole italicised part) with a nominal subject in common case syntactically operating as direct object of the matrix clause or as a present participial postmodifier (the underlined part) of the direct object of the matrix clause.
The sources said that in the original manuscript of the bill, this clause was not included but when Nawaz Sharif was declared disqualified for life term then this clause was included in the bill to make it part of the law.
This nonreliance clause was backed up with what the court termed a standard integration clause, which read as follows:
Ethics experts filed a lawsuit in federal court Monday, claiming Trump has, indeed, violated the Emoluments Clause, citing multiple examples of conflicts of interest, NPR (http://www.
The Commerce Clause can be found in Article I, Section 8 of the United States Constitution and is comprised of three subclauses: (1) the Interstate Commerce Clause; (2) the Foreign Commerce Clause; and (3) the Indian Commerce Clause.
Under our law, a non-compete clause is not a price fixing agreement.
Relative clauses are mainly considered as part of complex sentences, which consist of a main (independent) and subordinate (dependent) clause (4); the speaker needs to semantically and syntactically coordinate the main clause and the relative clause.