Selected Cases by Article & Issues
(1) No term contained in standard terms which is of such a character that the other party could not reasonably have expected it, is effective unless it has been expressly accepted by that party.
(2) In determining whether a term is of such a character regard shall be had to its content, language and presentation.
|1||"Surprising terms" defined|
|1.1||Terms "surprising" by virtue of their content||5|
|1.2||Terms "surprising" by virtue of their language or presentation|
|2||"Surprising terms" ineffective unless expressly accepted by the adhering party||4|