the other bits (operative clauses).
Uncontrollable Craziness: AKA Force Majeure
Neither of us is on the hook if some wild, out-of-our-control situation causes a hiccup in the contract. Just remember, this doesn’t include complying with the law. If it happens, the affected party should shoot a message over ASAP with the juicy details and damage control plans.
Disagree to Disagree: Resolving Disputes
In the off chance we butt heads, we both pinky promise to try to smooth things over in good faith. We’ll aim for a friendly settlement and, if we must, go to arbitration before rushing to court.
Casual Liaisons: Our Relationship
This agreement doesn’t mean we’re in a partnership, joint venture, agency, employment or fiduciary relationship. And no, you can’t pretend you have the power to make promises on our behalf.
Extra Perks: Rights & Remedies
Aside from what’s in this contract, we’ve got additional rights and remedies that aren’t excluded by law. We can pass our rights and duties to a third party, but you’ll need our written permission to do the same. Remember, this contract is between you and us. No third wheel gets to enforce any terms. And if we don’t flex our rights instantly, it doesn’t mean we’ve given them up.
Until the End of Time: Expiration and Jurisdiction
Any part of this contract meant to stick around after its end will remain in full effect. The laws of England and Wales will oversee these terms, and their courts hold the power to settle any disputes.