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This Agreement Is Made In Two Counterparts

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Any changes or additions to this Agreement may be made by the Parties, for example. B in a manner consistent with the requirements for the signature of this Agreement or supplements; Amendments and additions to this Agreement shall be made by appropriate Annexes/Modifications/Modifications/Modifications/Modifications/Additions, which form an integral part of this Agreement and which have the same force/are binding/relevant with it, or by supplementary agreements; (a) Part 1 grants z.B. Part 2 and Part 2 accepts _____ as described below in section ________ below, under the conditions set out in this Agreement; or The quid pro quo clause is one of the most remarkable provisions of modern common law practice. Although it has almost completely lost its necessity in the last century, it is still inserted in most of the treaties resulting from these jurisdictions. For European continental legal orders, the clause is superfluous. Context. What is the context of a counterparty clause? In common law countries[1], a defendant may ask an applicant to prove the existence of a valid contract by submitting the original documents. If, 350 years ago, it was not possible to present an original bearing the signatures of both parties or an equivalent signed by the other party, a court would have decided that no valid or enforceable contract had been concluded. At that time, in the middle of the 17th century, contracts were concluded in two ways: either as a document reflecting the rights and obligations of both parties and signed by each of them (and each party obtained an equal copy and both copies would be considered “originals”); or as a combination of a document that reflects the rights of the owner or seller (which has been designated as “original”) and a document that reflects the remaining rights and obligations (which document has been called “equivalent”). The terminology refers to the physical representation of the contracts: the original and the equivalent have been separated by a perforation to resolve the two counterparties. Each party would sign the equivalent of the other party (on which its commitments were reflected).

At the turn of the 19th century, contracts were typed on paper with copies of carbon behind: the carbon copies were the equivalents of an original. At the time, some sort of legal counter-signature requirement was understandable to prevent fraud. All documents relating to the performance of this Agreement shall be sent to the other Party at the address specified in the Agreement. CONSIDERING that Part 1(z.B. wishes to maintain the services of Part 2 in accordance with (with) /in accordance with (with) /in obedience (too much)/in accordance with the terms of this Agreement; or, to the extent permitted by law, Party1, for example: in no event, under any circumstances, any liability to Party2 for loss of business, loss of profit, loss of reputation or goodwill or any other form of indirect or consequential damages, whether resulting from negligence, breach of contract, an unlawful act, breach of legal or other obligations, regardless of a part 2 communication on the likelihood/probability of such indirect or indirect damage olgeschadens; Nothing in this Agreement may be modified, modified or rescinded, for example.B . . .