What is a Savings Clause? This is a common question I get regarding contracts. Firstly, savings clauses and severability clauses are the same thing in contracts. Their origins may be different. I don’t know. However, you can use them interchangeably. Severability is the most common for me. Unfortunately for you, lawyers typically write these with…

What is a severability clause? This is one of the more common questions I get, especially from those new to small business. That’s not a bad thing! This is boilerplate. It sounds relatively meaningless, but does actually carry a lot of meaning. On the other hand, lawyers rarely read these because they all tend to…


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