Is there a common term/condition that is non-obligatory or suggested? 5 Answers as of May 06, 2014

In contracts or product licenses, is there a common term or condition that does not obligate the one on contract but sets a wish or suggestion from the contractor?

Ask a Local Attorney. 100% Anonymous. Free Answers.

Free Case Evaluation by a Local Lawyer: Click here
Webb IP Law Group
Webb IP Law Group | Jason P Webb
Sometimes people will sign a letter of understanding that lays out some intended plans or will include some terms that are written in a way that they are not promises or commitments. But instead are wishes, understandings, expectations, beliefs, hopes, plans, etc. You would start such a phrase with something like: It is understood that. It is believed by the parties that. The first party expects to.
Answer Applies to: Utah
Replied: 5/6/2014
Mark S. Hubert PC
Mark S. Hubert PC | Mark Hubert
Unfortunately i do not have a clue as to what you are talking about. Please rephrase your question.
Answer Applies to: Oregon
Replied: 5/1/2014
Law Office of Kirk Buhler
Law Office of Kirk Buhler | Kirk A Buhler
A contract is required to have definite and certain terms. If your document is ambiguous or implies some condition then it is probably not a contract. For a product license you may make a suggestion like... The licensor has the right and may wish to consult with others regarding other uses of this product. You can say that no agreement is expressed or implied by this license. Without more detail I am not sure what you detail is non-obligatory or suggested.
Answer Applies to: California
Replied: 5/1/2014
Barton Barton & Plotkin
Barton Barton & Plotkin | Maurice Ross
This question makes no sense. You don't include non binding suggestions in contracts or licenses. You are obviously in over your head. Get a lawyer to draft your licenses and contracts. Otherwise you face a likely disaster.
Answer Applies to: New York
Replied: 5/1/2014
Banner & Witcoff, Ltd. | Ernie Linek
Not that I am aware of.
Answer Applies to: Massachusetts
Replied: 5/1/2014
Click to View More Answers: