Common use of Prevailing Language Clause in Contracts

Prevailing Language. If any of the terms or conditions set forth within this Agreement were to be translated into a language other than English, then the English version will be controlling in all respects and will prevail in the event of discrepancies and/or inconsistencies between the English and translated versions, if any. Client hereby agrees that under no circumstances shall the Company be responsible for any damage or loss caused by any error, inaccuracy, misunderstanding, or misspelling resulting from or related to translations of this Agreement.

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