Section H: General
Section H sets out arrangements for the initial establishment of Code Subsidiary Documents; the relationship of the BSC with other documents; arrangements that applied to the commencement of trading under the BSC; arrangements covering Default under the BSC; the ownership, use and disclosure of data; audit provisions in the BSC; the limitation of liability of Parties under the BSC; arrangements for the resolution of disputes; and the legal and contractual relationship between Parties.
Section H simple guide
- Structure, Code Subsidiary Documents, Access to the BSC, Relationship with other Documents
- Commencement and Term
- Confidentiality and Other Intellectual Property Rights
- Liability and Related Issues
- Dispute Resolution
- References to the Authority
A number of general provisions are contained in Section H that cover assignment of rights or obligations under the BSC or the Framework Agreement, methods of communication (post, fax and email) between Parties under the BSC/BSCPs and their deemed receipt rules, waiver, rights of third parties, language, severance of terms, entire agreement, arrangements to apply if the Euro is introduced, jurisdiction and governing law.