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What is a disclaimer clause?


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Answered 2007-07-06 12:27:10

mostly Do it Yourself Books, software companies etc. put disclaimer clause to limit their liability which may arise from any mis happening or unexpected results caused by software. Example : if some is using Java programming language in operating Airplane via remote control , if something happens, Sun Inc. will not be responsible for this, the Disclaimer Clause protect them against such incidents.

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