1. SANSAN will not provide any service-related support services on the service`s website or through visits, by phone, email or email. However, if support services are included in the agreement chosen by the client, support services are provided based on the content of those services. Of course, you need to revise it to adapt your services. Don`t forget to ask a lawyer to check. (3) Insure the seller in cases where a third party has a right to use when a third party has the right to use the object of the sale (discoveries, emphyteusis, easements, retention rights, pawning rights, rental rights), it excludes the rights of the buyer. However, if we consider the example of land ownership as an object of sale, even if a third party has overdrafts for such land (the right to use the land of others to own buildings. CC Art 265) will be the buyer of the owners and will be able to take advantage of rental income. This is clear when a third party has easements (the right to use these surfaces for activities such as passage and water. CC Art 280) and unless it can hinder such an easement the buyer can also use the country. The value of the land purchased is not reduced to zero and a proportionate solution is required. The example above refers to the case where the object of the sale is debited, but the same is true in the opposite case, where the easement in favour of the property that is the subject of a sale does not exist.
Therefore, the purchaser is limited in principle to claiming damages against the seller, but the contract can only be terminated if the objective of the contract could not be achieved because of the existence or absence of such an easement. This situation is also subject to a one-year period (ZK 566). If the purchaser is in bad faith, it is considered that the agreement was entered into on the basis that the subject of the sale was subject to a restriction of rights, so that the remedy is limited to the time when the purchaser was aware of the existence/non-existence of the easement, etc. (the same as in cases of «lack of quantity or partial loss of the object»). What determines the binding effect of a treaty is the subject of a global debate. This is widely shared with the question of whether it is based on the intent of the parties or on the confidence of the parties. The same debate exists in Japan and it should be said that the current statutes aim to strike a balance between the two reasons. If the «intention of the parties» is agreed as the binding force of the contract, the content of the contract must be truly satisfactory to the parties. Indeed, «wish-bound» is first and foremost a reason for the parties to enter into contracts if the content of the contract is truly satisfactory. Therefore, the statutes are used to prepare systems to ensure this «true satisfaction.» In short, if «true satisfaction» does not exist, regardless of the form of the treaty, its power of commitment must be denied.