That's a legal question that's why we want to see the fine print
6) In such cases, refusing to enforce fine print
The order device/statement of benefits states, once in fine print
, once in bold, that the term is 26 issues.
An MTA usually arrives at your door as a crumpled up piece of paper with really fine print
that you can hardly read (like the back of a car rental contract .
Voluminous information of this sort has become the norm, in part because entrepreneurs have recognized that investors, by and large, tend to ignore what is written in the fine print
This clear violation of the Establishment Clause was continuing despite a real estate transaction that nobody would have any reason to know about unless they were looking over the fine print
of a document at the register of deeds," Lasker told the Associated Press.
Read the fine print
(or, more profitably, read Doug Henwood's very useful explications in Left Business Observer and in his forthcoming book, Wall Street) and you find that the worst-case projection assumes a growth rate over the next seventy-five years of 1.
Brown emphatically stresses that to be successful a fine print
must involve not only exacting presswork but a touch of artistic alchemy; as the examples illustrated here prove, at Crown Point both have been in remarkably good supply.
How closely do you read this fine print
, put together by a battery of lawyers?
The macula -- 100 times more sensitive to visual detail than other parts of the retina -- is essential to such activities as reading fine print
, driving a car and recognizing faces.
The PIXMA iP90v Photo Printer has a FINE print
head with 1,088 total nozzles - the most of any printer in its class - which allows for high-speed printing over wide areas in a single pass.
Chapters cover basic steps anyone can take to improve their health and therefore protect their budget, how to decipher the fine print
of one's insurance policy, the increasing modern trend of shifting risk and health insurance payments from the corporation to the individual (without a corresponding increase in individual real wages