After eliminating the buyer's clause limiting acceptance to the terms of the offer and the seller's cancellation clause
, the court reinstated the cancellation clause
as a term of the contract through evidence of the parties' course of dealing.
The new policies will also have a cancellation clause
built in for travelers booked on a cruise ship that will oblige them to pay a fee to travel agencies if they cancel.
Among them is to generate a written agreement covering services, investment (price) and a cancellation clause
, and avoid joining groups unless you get business from them or derive some other direct benefit.
The positions are always the same-builders charge that distributors take the commission but add little value when it comes to providing product-trained sales people or maintenance services; distributors complain that they are bullied by the builders, given too little support, and serve at the whim of the builder while dangling at the end of a 30- or 60-day cancellation clause
in their contractual agreements.
If things do not work out, there is a six-month cancellation clause
on either side.
also offers a 60-day cancellation clause
, protecting the user from technological obsolescence and allowing an upgrade or change of equipment on short notice.
must provide that the Authority is to receive ten (10) days written
But there is a cancellation clause
that Inter will pay me if they want my departure and another that I will pay Inter if I want to leave," News of the World quoted Mourinho, as saying.
The FSAsaid the firm had invoked a cancellation clause
which was not generally intended to be used in these circumstances.
Know about the attrition clause up front and know what is available in a cancellation clause
in case this is necessary.
Many contracts include a cancellation clause
of some kind.
The transportation contract has a 2 year no cancellation clause