Yes, there is a need for legality, lawyers, and formal agreements in rocket science. Here is one disclaimer about this website, and then another story.
T’s and C’s refer to Terms and Conditions. These are a part of any formal contract. Acronyms and lawyers–two things you will get exposed to soon enough in the aerospace world so don’t try to run from them. In fact, they need to be your faithful and trusted servant, not your painful master!
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STORY: A story about lawyers in aerospace is current under review by–you guessed it, a lawyer–to ensure that no one will be held liable or susceptible to further litigation. Please check back again here later if you wish to read it. Sorry, no ECD (Estimated Completion Date) is available at this time.