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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 two new cyber clauses are available to download, along with all IUA model clauses, from the association's clauses website (http://www.iuaclauses.co.uk) www.iuaclauses.co.uk.
(99 percent) included a choice-of-law clause. This subpart describes the
Only one clause did not select a body of law to govern the contract.
In theory, a choice-of-law clause may be framed in a near-infinite
Third, a clause may provide that the contract will be
The question of whether the precise phrase utilized in the clause
however, that a clause stating that the contract shall be
state's laws is narrower than a clause stating that the contract
choice-of-law clause may be deemed legally significant in at least some
whether that clause is selecting the internal law of that jurisdiction
The basic purpose of a choice-of-law clause is to make it
choice-of-law clause. Ten clauses provided that the courts should apply