19 MANIFEST ERRORS
19.1 A “Manifest Error” means a manifest or obvious misquote by us, or any Market, Liquidity Provider or
official price source on which we have relied in connection with any Transaction, having regard to the current
market conditions at the time an Order is placed as determined by us. When determining whether a situation
amounts to a Manifest Error, we may take into account any information in our possession, including
information concerning all relevant market conditions and any error in, or lack of clarity of, any information
source or announcement. We will, when making a determination as to whether a situation amounts to a
Manifest Error, act fairly towards you but the fact that you may have entered into, or refrained from entering
into, a corresponding financial commitment, contract or Transaction in reliance on an Order placed with us (or
that you have suffered or may suffer any loss) will not be taken into account by us in determining whether
there has been a Manifest Error.
19.2 In respect of any Manifest Error, we may (but will not be obliged to):
(a) amend the details of each affected Transaction to reflect what we in our sole and absolute discretion
consider to be the correct or fair terms of such Transaction absent such Manifest Error; or
(b) declare any or all affected Transactions void, in which case all such Transactions will be deemed not to have
been entered into.
19.3 We will not be liable to you for any loss (including any incidental, indirect or consequential loss) you or
any other person may suffer or incur as a result of or in connection with any Manifest Error (including any
Manifest Error by us) or our decision to maintain, amend or declare void any affected Transaction, except to
the extent that such Manifest Error resulted from our own wilful default or fraud, as determined by a
competent court in a final, non-appealable judgment.
This is what the agreement says