The following IP precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
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[In this Agreement:]
means as applicable and binding on the Customer, the Supplier and/or the Services:
any law, statute, regulation, byelaw or subordinate legislation in force from time to time to which a party is subject and/or in any jurisdiction that the Services are provided to or in respect of;
the common law and laws of equity as applicable to the parties from time to time;
any binding court order, judgment or decree; or
any applicable direction, policy, rule or order that is binding on a party and that is made or given by any regulatory body having jurisdiction over a party or any of that party’s assets, resources or business;
means such legally enforceable mechanism(s) for Transfers of Personal Data as may be permitted under Data Protection Laws from time to time;
has the meaning given to that term in Data Protection Laws;
Data Protection Laws
means as applicable and binding on the Customer, the
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