Terms and conditions page

Section 1

How to Use Section 2

a) Obtain an inkpad and rubber stamp with the following words written on it in 6-point or smaller type:

Your negotiation of this cheque constitutes your agreement to our terms and conditions.
Terms and conditions can be found at: http://wp.me/pvvc0-6Q in Section 2.

b) Use this stamp on the back of any cheque that you write in which you wish the terms and conditions in Section 2 below to apply. This system is best used when writing cheques to credit card companies that send you pages of itty bitty type with headings like “Your Agreement with us.”

c) There really isn’t a part c), but we’d thought we’d put one to leave open the possibility of adding more stuff later. Plus we wanted to make the instructions look a little more complex than they really are.

 

Section 2

Terms and Conditions of Cheque Negotiation

 

a) This agreement is between you (the casher) and us (the cashee).

b) Your negotiation of a cheque with the following words, or any variation thereof, stamped, printed or otherwise appearing on any part of that cheque constitutes your agreement with Section 2, Terms and Conditions of Cheque Negotiation located at http://wp.me/pvvc0-6Q or at https://fascinatingtales.wordpress.com/2011/01/08/terms-and-conditions-page/:

Your negotiation of this cheque constitutes your agreement to our terms and conditions.
Terms and conditions can be found at: http://wp.me/pvvc0-6Q in Section 2.

b) If you do not agree with the Terms and Conditions herein, your sole remedy is to return the cheque the cashee, un-negotiated. A refund of cash or credit received as a result of negotiation of an applicable cheque will not nullify this agreement, but will be greatly appreciated by the cashee.

c) The cashee is the person or persons in whose name  or names the applicable cheque has been written, and whose name or names appear in the signature panel of the cheque, whether the signature or signatures are legible or otherwise.

d) The cashee may assign the benefits of this agreement to any person or person without notification to the casher. Such assignment will not nullify any benefits to the cashee.

e) Reading these Terms and Conditions may bind the reader to them, whether or not a cheque has been negotiated.

f) This section was intentionally left blank, except for the bit about the section being left blank, and any exceptions following.

g) This section was not left blank, but doesn’t really add anything to the meat and potatoes of this Agreement.

h) The letter ‘h’ to the left of this section does not constitute part of the Agreement, but is there for information purposes only.

i) The casher agrees that cheque negotiation cancels all obligation on the part of the cashee to the casher. The cashee doesn’t agree to anything.

j) The casher agrees to continue to provide whatever goods and services to the cashee, at the cashee’s discretion, as may be set forth in any Terms and Conditions that the casher may make available from time to time in itty bitty type or any other such fashion, without binding the cashee to any obligations set forth in those Terms and Conditions.

k) The casher agrees to wash the cashee’s car, babysit the cashee’s kids, or provide any other such services as determined by the cashee from time to time. The casher agrees to incur any and all expenses associated with such services, including, but not limited to, plane fare, amusement park tickets, and food. The casher agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the cashee of any and all losses incurred as a direct or indirect result of such services. The cashee explicitly denies such indemnity to the casher.

l) The casher waives any right to notice to provide such services as described in part k), and agrees to charges of $100 per day to be paid to the cashee for any delay in the rendering of these services from the time they are requested to the time they are performed.

m) The casher agrees to pay to the cashee interest in the amount of 28.8% per annum, compounded every ten (10) minutes on overdue funds.

n) Funds are due immediately upon notification by the cashee, whether casher receives said notification or not.

o) The casher waives any right or opportunity to apply these Terms and Conditions to any cheque made payable to the cashee.

p) Anyone who has read up to part p) should go and read part e) again and really think about it.

q) This agreement shall remain in force until such time as the cashee deems necessary.

r) This agreement may be altered from time to time at the sole discretion of the person who controls this webpage. The casher agrees to check this page from time to time to see what he or she has gotten himself or herself into. It is recommended that the cashee and the casher both subscribe to this blog.

s) Nothing in this agreement shall be construed to bind the cashee in any way, shape or form.

t) Any comments which may appear in the Comments section below will not constitute part of this Agreement, but may or may not be nice to read.

u) This line shall constitute the final line of this Agreement, unless something is added later.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s