Contracts Disclaimers | Limiting Liability In Contracts

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Boilerplate Blurb: Disclaimers

November 15, 2011

This article continues a series explaining the meaning of common boilerplate provisions in contracts.  This edition of the series focuses on disclaimer clauses.  Disclaimers, as the article explains, are an exculpatory clause, in that they seek to limit the liability of one of the parties to the contract in certain situations.  The article also provides an example of a disclaimer clause, and illustrates some of the ways disclaimers limit a contractual party's liability. 

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Boilerplate Blurb: Disclaimers

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Ryan Hew

Ryan Hew

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