The Dotted Line: Anything? Almost…

You can agree to almost anything in your contracts… in theory. However, laws can interfere with that freedom. Just because a term is written into a contract doesn’t mean you are bound by it.

Let’s demonstrate this with a real life example: my recent windows contract (which as you’ll know from last time, I did read).

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Find out what happened when my hotel reservation contract had two contradictory terms:

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