You Must Abide The Terms Of This Agreement

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These last “boilerplate” conditions should be self-evident, but we say them anyway, just to be clear. Participants in the action agree to abide by the terms and conditions of the Curzon on Demand website. Some of our activities are carried out on web platforms provided by third parties. For example, AnnotateIt`s source code is hosted on github. If you use a service, if so, you are responsible for complying with the terms of use of the third-party platform. As a result, RBC has not complied with the contract with school districts, which requires “full transparency of costs and fees and disclosure,” Stifel said. All I am asking is that they respect the treaty.┬áThe termination clause is for websites that have a registration section (for example. B the user must register before using and/or accessing certain sections of the site), as you can disable or ban abusive users because of the activity of their accounts. If you operate your website from another country (Australia, UK, Canada, South Africa), you update the agreement to include the country of origin or country in which your company (owner and operator of the site) is registered. The phrasing verb sticks to the means of respecting (a rule) or keeping (a promise). The questions you ask have nothing to do with the meaning of the word “stay.” As @phenry has already said, the clause you have quoted simply requires that you comply with the terms of use (ToS) of the company concerned. Your employer must comply with these terms and conditions.

These terms and conditions are subject to the laws of the United States of America and the laws of the State of New York. Stay with only “to fill.” With the agreement, you agree to respect the terms of the contract. (The word shares a root with other words like the imperative – as in “doing the command” – and forbids.) Terms and conditions generally include an exclusion clause that attempts to limit the liability of the website owner in cases where errors are found in the content presented on the site. If Reason #1: Prevent Abuses suggests that you can temporarily ban users, another general clause containing terms is the termination clause. One of the letters he received said, “If you feel you can`t meet the terms of your FlexAccount, it`s unfortunate that you`re changing accounts to switch providers.”