Ava Agreement Definition

A “cross purchase” contract allows the main shareholders of a company to acquire the shares of a deceased partner, unable to work or retired. As in the case of a bond purchase contract and a debt note, the Cross Purchase contractual document sets out specific conditions. In the case of a cross purchase contract, the conditions for the distribution or purchase of shares by the remaining partners are defined in the conditions indicated. Data rights. Customer owns all right, title and interest in and to all data and/or content created or provided by Customer and all data derived therefrom (“Customer Data”), with the exception of aggregated non-identifiable data (as defined below). Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to grant Avanan any rights over Customer Data that go beyond what is expressly provided therein. Between Avanan and the customer, the customer retains ownership of the customer data at all times. The act by which a third party (usually a bank or credit institution) guarantees a buyer`s obligations to a seller, in accordance with the terms of a contract, such as, should be endorsed. B a debt instrument or a contract of sale.

The bank acts as a co-signer with the buyer in the transaction by “endorsement” of the document (usually written “by downstream” on the document itself). 14.3 Global Agreement. This Agreement, including all orders and annexes mentioned above, constitutes the entire agreement between the Customer and Avanan with respect to the subject matter of the Contract and supersedes all prior proposals, assurances and agreements, whether written or oral, in this regard. This Agreement applies to all orders and forms of purchases, whether transmitted electronically or by other means. Unless the order expressly modifies this agreement, the terms of this agreement shall prevail over all conditions to the contrary of the order. Any waiver, modification or modification of any right or appeal, in whole or in part, under this Agreement, or additional or deviating terms in orders, confirmations or documents other than the order are not effective unless both parties expressly agree in writing or in electronic form. . .

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