Freedom to waive consumer protections
Posted Jun 17, 2006 10:33 UTC (Sat) by fergal
In reply to: Freedom to waive consumer protections
Parent article: iTunes runs into trouble in Norway
I think (2) could be a reference to contract law. When I covered it in business class, a long, long time ago, there was a list of ways in which a contract can be broken or made null. If the contract requires one of the parties to do something illegal then that part of the contract (or maybe even the enitre contract) is null and void and unenforceable.
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