You may ask yourself why she spent time and money on an education only to unempower herself by becoming financially dependent upon you. Being at home for the kids after school, shuttle services and taking care of you are plausible excuses, but they are excuses and flimsy ones at that. Do you eat a lot of takeout food and pre-prepared meals?
Shrink-wrap and click-wrap agreements — Part 2 Typical Shrink-Wrap Terms and Conditions While the type of terms and conditions found in shrink-wrap agreements vary greatly from vendor to vendor, there are a number of common themes. In general, shrink-wrap agreements include the following potentially problematic terms: You see shrink-wrap and click-wrap agreements when you click through terms and conditions in accessing an online service.
But consider their legal and business liabilities before you blindly agree. Little or no warranty protection. These types of claims have become more and more prevalent.
In fact, entire businesses have been founded based on developing large patent portfolios and then, as their revenue source, suing the licensees of software for damages.
Most negotiated agreements include an indemnification from infringement claims. A limitation of liability that absolves the vendor of all or substantially all liability for all damages of every kind and type.
If an indemnity for intellectual property infringement is provided, the indemnity is generally subject to the overarching limitation of liability, significantly diminishing the vendors obligation to indemnify.
In contrast, the purchaser will have unlimited liability for all forms of damages. Those audits can expose highly sensitive information of the purchaser. The location venue at which a potential litigation or arbitration must be conducted may be in a location that is likely not convenient for the purchaser.
For example, a purchaser in California may be required to arbitrate a dispute under the agreement in Florida.
These are general observations only. The specific language of a given shrink-wrap agreement may present additional risks.
In particular, as discussed in the next section, a growing number of shrink-wrap agreements may present substantial risks to the purchasers own intellectual property or, if the purchaser is in a regulated industry e.
Inherent Risks of Shrink-Wrap Products The end result of the terms and conditions commonly found in shrink-wrap agreements, as discussed in the preceding section, is that the purchaser has little or no remedy against the vendor in the event there is an issue with the product or damages arise e.
A refund or other compensation is unlikely. This reduces the potential for a substantial bug or defect to go without a fix from the vendor. The purchaser is essentially relying on the power of the market to force the vendor to correct issues i. A growing number of shrink-wrap agreements present additional risks beyond those identified in the preceding section.
The contract actually includes language that the purchaser is assigning its intellectual property rights to the vendor.UNIT – IV: Sale of Goods-Definition of sale-Distinction between agreement for and agreement to sell-Contract of work-Hire purchase agreement-Exchange-Gift. The Enforceability of Incorporated Terms in Electronic Agreements.
Pieter GJ Koornhof *. Lecturer, University of the Western Cape. This article seeks to evaluate the validity of different methods of incorporating terms into electronic agreements, and to what extent the use of these different methods may influence the enforceability of the incorporated terms.
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