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The firm will study and prosecute violations of the terms to the highest legal extent. The organization will notify and unite with law enforcement authorities to prosecute the violation of these terms and laws.
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In case of contract damage breaches, the company will not be responsible. This is because the company personnel might not have foreseen while you agreed to the terms.
Under the law, the company’s total liability to you for all and any kind of claims related to the content/website is restricted to $50.
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