can a evergreen clause be longer then the orignal contract term
3 Answers from Attorneys
Yes; the concept of an "evergreen clause" is that the contract will renew automatically so long as no party does an act that terminates the contract. The specifics will vary from contract to contract, and some classes of contract. Many consumer-type contracts must show the evergreen provisions in a larger typeface.
Yes, assuming that the contract and the evergreen clause are in writing.
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