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A description of uniform language used normally in legal documents that has a definite, unvarying meaning in the same context that denotes that the words have not been individually fashioned to address the legal issue presented.
n., adj. slang for provisions in a contract, form or legal pleading which are apparently routine and often preprinted. The term comes from an old method of printing. Today "boilerplate" is commonly stored in computer memory to be retrieved and copied when needed. A layperson should beware that the party supplying the boilerplate form usually has developed supposedly "standard" terms (some of which may not apply to every situation) to favor and/or protect the provider.
boilerplate (US) a form or document with blanks that can be used as a template, precedent or style.
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Marionet for Director is expected to greatly expand the use of the product for hybrid-CD applications in which Internet access is integrated into CD-ROM-based content to provide facilities such as dynamic updating of information, automatic downloading of new content and integrated e-mail interfaces
The ICR capability of NiF can find a fax recipient's name on the cover page, even if misspelled or hand- printed, and automatically route to the recipient's workstation via the e-mail interfaces
Workflow technology provides for notification of task completion and report distribution through standard e-mail interfaces