written terms

See: contract
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Here are the key things that you need to know: Clearer terms THE new law requires that all written terms offered to a consumer must be 'transparent'.
Here are the key things you need to know: CLEARER TERMS The new law requires that all written terms must be clear and that important provisions must not be hidden in the small print.
Additionally, editorial articulations and written terms not seen in other editions of the same works are present throughout.
Following a serious car accident he suffers amnesia, but as his memories return and chaos ensues, he realises there''s more to life than meticulously written terms and conditions.
Following a serious car accident he suffers amnesia, but as his memories return and chaos ensues, he realises there's more to life than meticulously written terms and conditions.
He''s the master of mitigating risk, though he isn''t quite prepared when he's involved in a serious car accident and suffers amnesia, but as his memories return and chaos ensues, he realises there''s more to life than meticulously written terms and conditions.
A contract would not only make disputes easier to resolve but very often would prevent disputes arising in the first place because the parties would understand the written terms between them.
There needs to be an agreement with very clearly written terms on what the customer is paying for.
While the bank is accusing Panakamippan of failing to submit a job loss certificate within 30 days -- rendering his policy invalid -- Panakamippan said he had never been sent any written terms and conditions, other than a message on his statement saying he must inform the bank of any discrepancy within 10 days.
There was no such good news for Kamran Gohar, who complained of delays, errors in his CV and verbal assurances about the chances of work in Canada at odds with the written terms.
If your business offers your own social media site, establish clear written terms of use and a privacy policy.
Providers will need to balance usability, preferences, security and budgetary concerns, as well as adopt written terms of use with employees and contractors using personal devices at work.