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(this game is under risk of removal)
well i don't know as im not a polish lawyer.
i do know that american legalese is absolutely riddled with strange little details like that. and that's from my contracting experience. obviously, construction is not the same thing as selling games. but my point stands, the only people who know how these contracts are worded or written is gog and their partners.
I think since Disney is not a Polish company being a US lawyer should be fine. Could you please provide me with an example from your construction experience for similar case (informing is okay, but not too loud). No confidential information only the contracts specifics please.
well, im not a us attorney either, and i dont know how relevent this example will be but ill try
four years ago for instance a land owner (not a single person but a firm) was approached by a property developer who said "we want to build a strip mall on your property. you'll get x-percentage rent, commercial zoning tax write-offs, plus 8.5 million upfront."
the land owner agreed, contracts were drafted by their respective lawyers and signed by both parties. the development company hires a construction company (the one i work for) to break ground on the project in roughly 2-months.
in just under two months, construction begins and in 3 months is nearing completion. the stores, who have their rental leases and advertisement contracts...
you know what, because i could type pages of that drama i'll just say this instead. the retail outlets that had signed with the development firm to lease storefronts in the new strip-mall started advertising and hanging signage before construction was complete and apparently before any hard cash -- the upfront 8.5 mill, had been exchanged (apparently things like this actually need to be in writing - i had no idea). the land owner sued not only the retail outlets but sued the construction company for breach of contract. in some states advertising with the intent to profit is apparently the same as actually making money. the land owner actually won. that strip-mall as of today stands empty, and is structurally maintained by laterra.
anyway, not really the same, but when ever gog removes something im always reminded of this situation, largely due to the fact that we, as end users don't really know anything about the contracts gog signs with developers and publishers.