Sounds to me like some twit inserted the "or otherwise" on a whim.The Agreement entered into between the parties will consist of the following documents collectively referred to as “the Agreement”
A. This Formal Instrument of Agreement
B. The General Conditions
C. The Statement of Work
D. Confidentiality Deed, Security Statement & Policy Commitment to Ethical Conduct attached hereto
In the event of any inconsistency between the various documents referred to above the terms and conditions of the documents shall take precedence according to the descending order shown above.
So long as it is the terms and definitions section, and/or language that excludes everything else but the agreement and "variations" as noted above is included.martincymru wrote:Update (by OP):
Reply from potential Client:
"...We are unable to delete, “or otherwise” in Clause 14 as requested. This phrase, “or otherwise in connection…” refers to possible amendments or variations which will be subject to the clause on limitation on liability....".
Seems reasonable to me. What do you think?
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