**Trial versions are available for all LexisPSL and LexisLibrary content, with the exception of compliance practice, practice and risk management, and compliance, subscription plans are tailored to your specific needs. To discuss experimenting with these LexisPSL services, please send an email to customer service via our online form. Free trial versions are only available to people headquartered in the UK. We may discontinue this trial version at any time or decide not to give a trial version for any reason. The trial version contains a question to LexisAsk for the duration of the study. Based on the Vendor`s skills and experience, Customer has selected Vendor to provide its [insert SaaS solution description] to support Customer`s business in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. To view the latest version of this document and thousands of other documents, log in to LexisPSL or sign up for a free trial. The Supplier is qualified and experienced in the design, development and maintenance of the Software [insert Description of SaaS Solution] and has the necessary expertise and qualifications to fulfil its obligations under this Agreement. (each supplier and the customer are a party company and together are the supplier and the customer the parties).
This practice note deals with the legal concept of error in contract law. It examines frequent errors, reciprocal errors, unilateral errors, errors of identity and errors in the type of document signed (non-convention). It also takes into account the impact of each of these types of errors on the contract and the supplier has developed software that it wants to make available to the customer as a service for the benefit of the customer and the end user. The provider has agreed to ensure that the customer will be able [through its end users] to use these facilities and services by interacting with them remotely via the Internet or through its own means of communication. To view our latest legal content, log in to Lexis®PSL or sign up for a free trial. The offence of wilful cause of serious bodily harm (GBH) is only possible in crown court on indictment. Elements of the offence Under the Offences against the Person Act 1861 (OATPA 1861), the Crown must unlawfully prove [insert name of supplier] to the accused a company registered in [England and Wales] under the number [insert registration number] and whose registered office is located in [insert address] (supplier); and…..