Regulation by boilerplates
means that one web of terms collected from many sources of law (the legally supplied default provisions) is replaced with a fairly comprehensive but concise substitute (boilerplate
* Evaluates the boilerplate
provision with valuable "Drafting Notes" that address specific phrases, negotiating postures, shifting of risks between the parties, control by a party, and alternatives; and
The most frequent sour experiences with boilerplate
deliverables--such as plans and standard operating procedures (SOPs)-- that make a bad impression on the client, typically will occur in the hurry-up, speed-up stages of the transition/phase-in period.
text files can be used to populate wiring system specifications without starting from scratch or retyping.
* Given that the boilerplate
provided a role for the reader, what decisions did one writer make about audience when writing a feasibility study?
It provided ample scope for boilerplate
demagogy inveighing against "pork barrel politics" and budget busting.
At least twice in the book they suggest using boilerplate
to save time in creating a draft.
Each contract signed by the group will invariably contain a number of "boilerplate
" provisions that govern the parties' relationship.
Fed's Beige Book reiterated economic growth remained "modest to moderate," the usual boilerplate
, even though analysts're coming off of a 4.2% pace in Q2 and are looking for better than 3% in Q3.
She explains the top terms in a business contract, such as term and termination clauses, limitation of liability, representations and warranties, indemnification, confidentiality provisions, data security and privacy, and alternative dispute resolution; general or miscellaneous terms, such as the independent contractor clause and notice clause; boilerplate
clauses; common pitfalls in business contracts; and non-disclosure agreements.
However, conventional programming languages miss the concept of patterns so developers are forced to implement patterns by hand, spending up to 20% of their time writing repetitive code known as boilerplate
. The white paper, "10 Reasons You Must Consider Pattern-Aware Programming" explores the problem of duplication in source code and suggests pattern-aware programming to eradicate boilerplate
and reduce codebase by 5% to 25% with an average 19x return on investment.
That state's claim of immunity is mere "boilerplate
," said Bill Beardall, who also serves as executive director of the Equal Justice Center, and the lawsuit against the Department of State Health Services should proceed.