What Does The Term "save The Death" Of Someone Mea

Lounge By Dreme Updated 26 Jun 2011 , 1:08am by Elcee

Dreme Posted 26 Jun 2011 , 12:32am
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There is a line in the wedding cake contract (that originally came from this site), that says:

"If the client cancels the order for any reason save the death of the bride or groom, or of an immediate family member (parent,sibling, grandparent,etc...) these conditions apply:"

What exactly does save the death mean? Does it mean like god forbid? Is this line saying if someone dies these conditions will apply, or if something else happens not resulting in a death, these conditions apply?

My partner and I are reading this to mean different things.

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Elcee Posted 26 Jun 2011 , 1:08am
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Originally Posted by Dreme

client cancels the order for any reason save the death of the bride or groom, or of an immediate family member (parent,sibling, grandparent,etc...) these conditions apply:"




You can replace it with either "other than" or "except". It means no refund unless the wedding is cancelled due to the death of the bride or groom, etc.

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