v. Arbitration Agreement. Claims that we or you have that are not resolved in accordance with the informal procedure set out in Section 13, or in a small claims court, section 13, which relate to this LALA or TrustHab products cannot be resolved separately by the American Arbitration Association (AAA) before a single arbitrator, in accordance with its commercial arbitration rules and complementary procedures for consumer disputes (including office-use, telephone or videoconferencing procedure, where it is appropriate and permitted to reduce travel costs). This ECJ and each of its parties are the subject of a transaction between states and the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) (9 U.S.C No. 1, and seq.) will apply in all cases and will govern the interpretation and application of arbitration and arbitration rules. Arbitration takes place in a place defined by the AAA in accordance with the rules and procedures (provided that this place is conveniently comfortable for you) or in another location that can be agreed between you and TrustHab. Judgment on a sentence handed down by the arbitrator may be submitted to any competent court. In addition to and despite one of the above provisions, the following provisions apply to all of your arbitration claims: 1. The arbitrator has the exclusive power to resolve all claims related to this CA, including interpretation, applicability, applicability, applicability or formation of this issue, and any allegation that part of this CILA is unsuitable; 2. The arbitrator is not entitled to exercise any form of class arbitration or collective arbitration, nor to adhering to or consolidating claims by individuals or individuals; 3.

The arbitrator`s decision on this claim is governed by the terms of this ECJ and all other arrangements covered in that report; 4. The arbitrator applies Florida law in accordance with the FAA and applicable statute of limitations and takes into account all claims of privileges recognized by law; 5. To the extent that applicable law allows, the arbitrator is not entitled to inflict punitive, incidental or consequential damages on you or TrustHab; (6) in the event that the administrative fees and deposits that must be paid to initiate arbitration proceedings against TrustHab exceed 125 DOLLARS for claims under $10,000, $375 for receivables greater than $10,000 but less than $75,000, and you are unable (or not required under current rules and procedures) to pay fees and deposits in excess of this amount, TrustHab undertakes to pay and/or pass them on your behalf, subject to final allocation by the arbitrator. In addition, if you are able to prove that the cost of arbitration will be prohibitive in relation to the cost of litigation, TrustHab will pay as much of your registration and arbitration costs as the arbitrator deems necessary to avoid prohibitive arbitration; and (7) With the exception of the pedestal (3) above, where part of this arbitration provision is considered invalid, unenforceable or illegal, or conflicts with the rules and procedures established by the AAA, the balance of this arbitration provision remains in effect and is interpreted in accordance with its provisions as if the invalid, unenforceable, illegal or contradictory provision was not included.

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