Copyright, Disclaimer, and Poetic License LEGAL DOCUMENT, sample with reference materialur
Creative formats are pefectly legal.
Timothy A. Donnelly
Year of our Lord, 2009.
All rights reserved, including all copyrights and all other intellectual property rights in the contents hereof.
The compositions and contents herein are not to be copied, reproduced, printed, published, posted, displayed, incorporated, stored in or scanned into a retrieval system or database, transmitted, broadcast, bartered or sold, in whole or in part without the prior express written permission of the sole author, who is, unless otherwise denoted, Timothy A. Donnelly. Unauthorised duplication is strictly prohibited and is an infringement of National and International Copyright laws.
(D) Disclaimer All characters, events and reflections are fictive imaginings bearing no malice or offence, and are crafted with convenience to evoke love and elicit goodwill through empathy, introspection and mental callisthenics.
(P) Poetic License (The Scribe precedes the coin.) In the event inordinate grammar is found (or etymology founded) or, perchance bathos is construed, do not spurn the thought; rather, empathise the deed.
WORDS ARE THE DRESS OF THOUGHTS, WHICH SHOULD NO MORE BE PRESENTED IN RAGS, TATTERS, AND DIRT, THAN YOUR PERSON SHOULD.
EARL OF CHESTERFIELD
PLEASE, SURRENDER EXCLUSIVE MUSED LAY IMMUNE FROM ANY TRUNCHEON’S TRUMPERY OR FLIPPANT FINERY.
TIMOTHY ALEXANDER DONNELLY
Ambiguity, Conflicts in the Contract, and Records
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Conflicting statements are the mark of poorly thought-out and proof-read documents. They frustrate the intended safeguards you are allowed to adopt.
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