Forum of Selection. This provision specifies that a dispute arising from the contract shall only be resolved in a particular court and often discourages the user to file a lawsuit due to the location of the court. It makes him think if it’s really worth the trouble.
Acceptable Use. This lays down the restrictions on how the website’s service may be used by the user. Violation of this clause usually results to a breach of contract.
Arbitration. This is an agreement between the parties that in the event of a dispute, the decision/s of an arbitrator/s shall be binding and conclusive.
Limitations of Liability. This provision limits the liabilities of a website owner in case there’s a defect in the product or service purchased by the user or if a certain obligation or requirement is not met by the same owner.
Default. This clause provides corresponding penalties in the event a party (usually the user) fails to observe its monetary and non-monetary obligations under the contract.
Indemnification. This refers to a part of the agreement wherein a party pays for the losses incurred by the other party.
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