Rays Use Agreement

Now all agreements are negotiable. St. Petersburg could theoretically amend the agreement and authorize the two-city rule. But so far, that doesn`t seem terribly likely, as Jeff Passan said for ESPN: 26. Except for qualified rights that are brought before a court for small claims, any disputes or claims you have against the Rays or their representatives, Employees, recipients of the assignment, subsidiaries or parent companies or subsidiaries resulting from these terms and conditions or from your use of the Rays Card, whether based on a contract, an unlawful act, a law, fraud, misrepresentation or any other legal theory, including past, present and future claims and future litigation, will be resolved by an arbitration procedure, including any disputes over the validity or applicability of this compromise clause. You must first submit all claims or disputes by addressing the Rays to give them the opportunity to settle the dispute. You can apply for arbitration if your claim or dispute cannot be resolved within 60 days. Litigation or claims arbitration proceedings are conducted in accordance with the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) in accordance with its rules and procedures in force at the time, including additional procedures for consumer disputes, if applicable and in the form amended by this agreement. AAA rules and information on arbitration procedures and fees are available on request from the AAA (call 1-800-778-7879) or online at adr.org.

You and the Rays agree that this agreement proves a transaction in interstate commerce and this arbitration provision is interpreted and enforced in accordance with the U.S. Federal Arbitration Act and federal arbitration law. If, for any reason, this compromise clause is considered invalid or invalid, you waive, to the extent permitted by law, any claim for recovery of punitive damages or property damage. 22. With your Rays Card, you agree that the Rays may collect certain information based on your participation in the program. You`ll find information on how the Rays collect, use and divate information in Rays` privacy policy at tampabay.rays.mlb.com/tb/help/ tb_help_about_privacy.jsp. To manage your account settings and select privacy settings for certain ads, you can manage your account by visiting raysbaseball.com/membership and logging in. The team currently has a contract that requires both the Rays and the City to accept a New Development and to share the profits from land sales or leases. Nurse had asked Criseman before the December 18 meeting to amend the agreement, so the city denied all gains between the time the Rays began their search and when they moved to a new stadium, a change the Rays refused. The deal marked the end of several years of back-and-forth between the city and the Rays. The agreement, also known as the Memorandum of Understanding, puts the entire development proceeds on the Tropicana site on a paid receiver account. The Rays and the City have agreed to distribute the revenue generated by the development of the tropical 50-50 site if the team stays until the end of its lease in 2027 or decides to build a new stadium there.