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    The parties hereto recognize that should a party violate all or any part of this Agreement, the other party will suffer irreparable harm for which money damages are inadequate and such party will not have any adequate remedy at law.

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    Sounds like if either party violates the agreement, regardless of the damages incurred, you're SOL.

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    Well I dont want to sue anyone.. but why would someone want me to sign something that says they cant sue me either. Money isnt good enough.. I guess they plan to beat me and I agree not to call the cops?

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    It's probably more of an avoidance of legal action that they're after.

    Sign the form, and you/they are basically agreeing to no legal action to settle differences.

    If you *do* decide to sue, they'll parade out the agreement that says you contracted not to sue, which puts you at a disadvantage.

    There's also the matter of costs which will probably be your responsibility if you don't win, because you agreed to not sue.

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    I found something similar over on google answers and it looks like a pretty standard agreement.

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    still doesn't read right.

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    Yeah why dont they just say we are gonna sue the pants off you if you dare to reveal any of our secrets. That I could understand.

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