Asked in Business Law
What is a evergreen clause used in contracts?
Is evergreen clause in phone contract legal in Texas Can the original 2-year term keep renewing for additional 2-year terms?
Asked in US Constitution
What are two ways the constitution protects economicfreedom?
Asked in US Constitution, State Laws, Manufacturing
Are evergreen clauses constitutional?
Asked in Verbs
A clause used as the subject of a verb is called a?
Asked in Grammar, Sentence and Word Structure, Pronouns
When the subordinate clause called an adjective clause?
Asked in Trees
What is a sentence for the word evergreen?
well there is In the southern part and on the coast there is evergreen vegetation, An evergreen shrub, its berries are edible and used to make a popular jam., Crane was interred in the evergreen cemetery in what is now hillside, new jersey. or They are evergreen where rainfall occurs all year, or deciduous if there is a dry season. I hope i answer your question Your welcome used in a sentence: "The great sequoias of Yosemite Nat'l park are evergreen trees"
Asked in Future Tenses
In English can future tenses be used in the if clause?
Do NFL players who get cut still get paid for not even being on the team?
Asked in Life Insurance, Pennsylvania
Do whole life policies in Pennsylvania have a one or two year suicide clause?
Asked in Contract Law
What types of law come under the provisions of the Contract Clause?
Asked in Parts of Speech, Pronouns
How is the relative pronoun in the adjective clause used in the sentence?
A relative clause is also called an adjective clause because it describes the antecedent noun or pronoun. A relative pronoun is used to introduce an adjective clause: The cookies that mom made are for the bake sale. (mom is the subject of the adjective clause) A relative pronoun is used as the subject of the adjective clause: My car which is new was hit in the parking lot. (which is the subject of the adjective clause)
Asked in Grammar, Sentence and Word Structure
Is a subordinate clause more important than the main clause?
A clause used as the object of a preposition is called?
Asked in Nouns
Which noun clause is used in The award goes to whomever did the best job?
Asked in US Constitution
Which clause of the Constitution has been used to strengthen the power of the national government?
What is the difference between an indepent clause and a depent claues?
Asked in New York
Are evergreen contracts legal in New York State?
There are many legal cases pertaining to evergreen clauses or "perpetual obligation" terms as they pertain to certain business transactions. For example, federal courts have ruled that evergreen letters of credit must be "clear and unequivocal." They also have upheld evergreen clauses in collective bargaining agreements. However, few, if any, cases have addressed evergreen clauses as applied to agent commission agreements. This either means that evergreen clauses have been well written and crystal clear; that they are incredibly one-sided and favor the carrier/master; or that agents don't have the time, will, desire or resources to take on well-heeled multinational corporations. Given the number of recent disputes regarding agent commission payments, we suspect that the lack of evergreen clause cases is a function of agents facing pro-supplier agreements and the prospect of protracted litigation to enforce the agent agreement. To the extent that evergreen clauses include or may be considered to be automatic renewal or perpetual clauses, state statutes may govern them. In New York, for example, a statute prohibits automatic renewal of contracts for service to, or repair of, personal or real property unless the service provider notifies the other party of the auto-renewal provision 15 to 30 days before the termination notice is due under the contract. So far this statute has not been applied to professional services, although it has been used successfully to prohibit the automatic renewal of an answering service agreement. It is therefore critical to ensure that evergreen clauses in agent agreements apply to professional services, such as generating customers, as opposed to the underlying telecommunications services.