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RE: Hoover's

> For example:  Hoover's reserves the right to make any changes to these
> Terms and Conditions at any time. The Client is bound to the changes in
> these Terms and Conditions as long as the Client's subscription is active.

I would never sign a contract with this language in it.  It renders the
rest of the contract meaningless, since it gives the seller the right to
change the terms in any way it seems fit and binds the buyer to those
changed terms.  If Hoover's is unwilling to take this language out, I
would refuse to buy the product.

Rick Anderson

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