I'm sure that's great advise from the lawyers, but you don't typically
get to negotiate clauses that are required by national law. We'd
obviously love to have it removed or reworded since this would remove
any (some?) concern, but as Ray says, it's the law.
On Tue, 22 Sep 2009, Adam Roach wrote:
One of the points that I've had drummed into me by lawyers is that when the
language of a contract doesn't clearly match the intention of the parties to
the contract, then the language needs to be rewritten. So if the intention is
to prevent political protest, it needs to say exactly that and no more.
I think Eric is being reasonable in interpreting the language to mean
literally what it says.
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