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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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I wrote by that day's post, and put the case before him exactly as it stood, not only urging every argument I could think of to induce him to maintain the clause as I had drawn it, but stating to him plainly the mercenary motive which was at the bottom of the opposition to my settlement of the twenty thousand pounds.
You maintain your note on the clause, then, to the letter?
And might it not be well at the same time to provide by law for the enforcement of that clause in the Constitution which guarantees that "the citizen of each State shall be entitled to all privileged and immunities of citizens in the several States?
The fugitive-slave clause of the Constitution, and the law for the suppression of the foreign slave-trade, are each as well enforced, perhaps, as any law can ever be in a community where the moral sense of the people imperfectly supports the law itself.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has issued a fresh Notice of Charge to former opening batsman Nasir Jamshed for violating five different clauses of the board's anti-corruption-code, directly linked with corruption.
Relative Clauses in Cameroonian Languages: Structure, Function and Semantics
The senate committee completed reading of the bill upto 210 clauses and would restore reading other clauses during its upcoming meeting.
Nonreliance clauses occupy a special place in the world of contracts: provisions that require parties to put all their cards on the table and state whether they are relying on representations outside of the contract.
34) The Court chose to incorporate the FCC's neighboring sub-clauses, the Indian Commerce Clause and the Interstate Commerce Clause, to guide it in its reasoning due to a lack of case law and judicial opinion surrounding the interpretation of the FCC.
Being subject to rule of reason, the validity of non-compete clauses depends on the reasonableness of the non-compete agreement, geographic coverage, duration and whether the restraint is reasonably related to a legitimate purpose.
In this study the reformulation of relative clauses was observed using methodology of story retelling.
It is within this context of confusion and uncertainty that the author proposes "garden leave" type clauses as an alternative to restrictive covenants.