Joint and Several Liability Clause

Joint and Several Liability Clause: A joint and several liability clause is used when multiple parties are responsible for fulfilling a contract. Each party is jointly responsible for fulfilling the obligations of the contract, but each party is also separately liable for any damages or losses caused by their actions.

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