Clean Hands Agreement

3. USER CODES. As part of your registration process, you may be asked to choose a username (“name”) and/or password (“password”) (the name and password are referred to as “user codes”). User codes are reserved for your personal use. You are responsible for the confidentiality of user codes and agree not to pass them on to third parties. You are responsible for all statements and acts or omissions that occur while using your user codes, unless they are caused by the negligence of Clean Hands – Safe Hands. You are responsible for any security breach caused by the failure to maintain the confidentiality of your user codes. You agree to notify clean Hands – Safe Hands without delay by email to support@cleanhands-safehands.com, in case of loss or theft of your user codes, or if you believe that the privacy of your user codes has been compromised in some way, or if you learn of unauthorized use of the services with your user codes. Clean Hands – Safe Hands reserves the right to revoke your user codes at any time without notice if you are satisfied that you have caused a security breach. The “clean hands” doctrine has been defined as “an important principle of international law, which must be taken into account if there is evidence that an applicant state has not acted in good faith and is found to be impure-handed.” It goes on the general principle of good faith. The application of the “clean hands” doctrine in international law remains controversial. With regard to state responsibility, ilC Special Rapporteur James Crawford said that “if it exists,” the doctrine would act as a ground for inadmissibility…

This clean-hands doctrine can be used offensively by the plaintiff to claim another fair remedy, one imposed by law. Good faith (bona fides in Latin) describes the sincerity of a party in a trial. Sometimes that party has broken the law, but not intentionally, and the judge can take that into account. This is the kind of case where the judge may decide to settle the dispute in the courts rather than in the law. The judge decides to move away from the strict application of a text because the result would be unfair. It can even lead to a decision against the legem if it is necessary to party in good faith. 11. CONFIDENTIALITY. Authorized users who access your data through our Services accept privacy and other terms of use in a separate written agreement.

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