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Having lost before the lower courts, RWE turned to the Bundesgerichtshof (Federal Court of Justice, Germany), which put questions to the ECJ on the interpretation of the rules of EU law(1) intended to protect consumers against unfair and/or non-transparent standard contractual terms.
Despite having no statutory entitlement to the holiday, contractual terms do prevail, and employers should check the provisions of employment contracts, in case leave is granted under these.
This methodology has effectively allowed companies using the Black-Scholes model in valuing plain vanilla options to assume the midpoint of the vesting term and the contractual term as the expected life for related awards.
These rights and obligations are called contractual terms.
Previously, a tenant had to give at least three months' notice in writing before the end of the tenancy if he/she wanted to terminate the tenancy at the end of the contractual term.
It is clear that not only were the contractual terms met, these terms were exceeded in lower generic costs and greater rebates.
Summary: France will reportedly take Google and Apple to court over contractual terms imposed by the tech giants on startups and developers, according to a report by Reuters.
Contractors who do not pay on agreed contractual terms and conditions should be legally penalised and then they will suffer the consequences rather than the sub-contractor.
In detail, the subject of a public contract is defined by the technical, business and other contractual terms and conditions, which are part of the tender documentation.
You may well have signed contractual terms which allow them to carry out reasonable repairs.
The service said the bank used vague contractual terms that allowed it to unilaterally amend interest rates and other charges burdening the consumer and providing vague and inadequate information regarding the terms and cost of prepaying a loan.