Complete Agreement Between Parties

Complete Agreement Between Parties

The contractor responsible for the design and installation of the fire protection system has declined liability on the basis of a very broad limitation clause in its general terms and conditions of sale, which reads as follows: “We exclude, directly or indirectly, any liability, loss, damage or expense resulting from your property, property, persons or others, directly or indirectly due to our negligence, delay or failure or improper radio the systems or components provided by HFS, for any reason. For defective components, we only include free replacement of these defective parts. As an alternative to our basic offer, we can offer insurance to cover the risks mentioned above. If necessary, ask for the additional costs of providing this coverage.┬áThe Court of Appeal ruled that the contractor could invoke the exclusion clause. .


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