John books package holidays through a travel agency that includes a hotel stay. As part of his package vacation, there is a compensation clause that, if he is to harm John, damages his hotel room, he is required to compensate the hotel. There is also a guarantee in the contract signed by the travel agency that if John is unable to compensate the hotel for the damage, the travel agency promises to compensate the hotel in John`s name. Below are some practical design tips and how to avoid some common pitfalls in contractual compensation clauses. However, compensation clauses are widely used in commercial contracts for financial reasons. A buyer can seek compensation for poor quality goods from a producer, protect cash flow or allow a new order elsewhere. Compensation clauses should not include financial compensation. They can simply be used to remove the liability of a party in the contract, as in the example above. If you are considering a contract, you will probably need a compensation clause specific to your requirements.
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