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Wierdest terms ever

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by tencardcharlie, Aug 18, 2005.

    Aug 18, 2005
  1. tencardcharlie

    tencardcharlie Dormant account

    The playboy mansion.
    Shogun Casino will not be liable in the following scenarios:

    in the event of force majeure
    the failure of Shogun Casino 's central computer system or any part thereof
    for delays, losses, errors, or omissions resulting from failure of any telecommunications or any other data transmission system
    for any loss as a result of any act of God :what:
    for an outbreak of hostilities, riot, civil disturbance, acts of terrorism
    for the acts of Government or authority (including refusal or revocation of any license or consent)
    for fire, explosion, flood, theft, malicious damage, strike, lockout, or industrial action of any kind

    Is this place serious?
  2. Aug 18, 2005
  3. raol

    raol Dormant account

    That was in the warranty terms of my old Ericsson cell phone as well.

    I just found this:
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    Act of God

    Legal term meaning some sudden and irresistible act of nature that could not reasonably have been foreseen or prevented, such as floods or exceptionally high tides, storms, lightning, earthquakes, sharp frosts, or sudden death.

    Damage by such an occurrence may be attributed to the act of God, and in the absence of any contract to the contrary, no person can be held liable for it. Nearly all insurance forms and shipping charter parties, and most contracts, have a clause relating to nonliability in the case of an act of God.
  4. Aug 18, 2005
  5. jetset

    jetset RIP Brian CAG

    Senior Partner, InfoPowa News Service
    Is this place serious?

    LOL - they're certainly pessimistic!

    Some of these lawyer catch-alls have gone to the realms of madness.
  6. Aug 19, 2005
  7. why0why

    why0why Dormant account

    It is actually pretty standard in many contracts. The last commercial lease I signed had the same terms. Maybe they are all pulling from the same free contract on the internet :)

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