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ARTICLE 11. Independence of General Conditions

Should any of the provisions contained in the General Conditions come to be declared null or unenforceable, due to a final court ruling or pursuant to a law or regulation, the other provisions in the General Conditions shall remain in effect and the Parties will then commit to negotiating in good faith to substitute this rule for another one that is valid and which comes as close as possible to the intent and effects of that deemed invalid.

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