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DRS and the contract

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    grandin Well-Known Member

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    Exclusions and limitations of liability

    25 Please note the explanation about liability at the beginning of this contract. However, nothing in these terms limits or excludes our liability for fraudulent misrepresentation or death or personal injury caused by our negligence.

    26 By registering the domain name, we are not acknowledging that you have any rights in any words within the domain name, and we are not authorising you to use the domain name as part of a business.

    27 We will not be liable to you whether under contract law, the legal rules about duties to other people (known as the law of ‘tort’) including negligence or otherwise, for:

    27.1 any loss of profit, revenue or other type of economic loss (whether direct or indirect);

    27.2 loss of business or contracts;

    27.3 loss of expected savings or goodwill; or

    27.4 any losses which a court categorises as ‘consequential’, or ‘indirect’ arising out of or in connection with the contract, including but not limited to:

    27.4.1 any mistake or missing information in the register; and

    27.4.2 loss of registration or use, or both (for whatever reason and whether temporary or otherwise), of the domain name.

    28 The law normally implies terms into contracts, but you and we agree that, as far as the law allows, they do not apply to this contract.

    29 Our total liability to you, whether under these conditions or otherwise (including liability for negligence), will be no more than £5,000.

    30 If you are a consumer, conditions 27, 28 and 29 do not apply to you. Your statutory rights are not affected - for information contact your local authority Trading Standards .
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