1.17 SCM collects data from natural persons for the purpose of performing (subscription) contracts and whenever these persons come into contact with SCM in the context of the provision of services. This data is used for the performance of a contract and to inform individuals about the relevant products and services of SCM and its operating companies that may be of interest to them. If the natural person concerned does not wish to obtain such information, he or she may send it in writing to: Supply Chain Media BV, Attn Address Registration, PO Box 207, 7005 AZ Doetinchem, The Netherlands, or by e-mail: email@example.com. 6.7 Until the end of two months before the (start) date of the event, the contracting authority may terminate the contract in writing, in which case the costs of the hours already spent and the costs already incurred by SCM in the performance of the contract shall be due by the contracting entity to SCM. In addition, the contracting entity shall reimburse all costs of third parties mandated by SCM for the purpose of the event, either directly to those third parties or directly to SCM, if SCM has mandated them on their own behalf. With regard to the exemption and exclusion of consequential damages, care must always be taken to ensure the interaction of the rules for the allocation of risks in a contract. For example, if the agreement contains full indemnification that states that the indemnification party exempts the indemnification party from any loss resulting from certain causes and also includes an exclusion of liability for consequential damages that provides that neither party is liable for consequential damages to the other party, the agreement has an inherent inconsistency that is not good for any party, since neither party can depend on an outcome (i.e. the compensated party does not know, for example, whether its reputational or other consequential damages are compensated, and the compensating party does not know whether it is liable for reputational damage or other consequential damages). Another example is usually classified as damages resulting from third-party claims.
Where an agreement includes both compensation for third-party claims and an exclusion of liability for consequential damages, an internal conflict lies in the agreement that may leave it to a judge or jury to determine the outcome envisaged by the parties. It is therefore important to ensure that treaties explicitly address how indemnification clauses and exclusions interact with each other. Registration form: the document describing and describing the participation agreement. An agreement where by which a seller promises to deliver all the indicated goods or services that a buyer needs for a certain period of time and at a fixed price, and the buyer agrees to purchase those goods or services exclusively from the seller during that period. . . .