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The Promoter further undertakes to discharge the Adviser ... from all responsibilities or liability arising or resulting from all acts and omissions by them under this Agreement, except where any such act or omission is the result of gross negligence, fraud or wilful default.
Muchas gracias por las sugerencias sin duda enriquecedoras. Creo que incumplimiento doloso, premeditado o intencional son básicamente lo mismo, pero en internet aparece la primera forma con mayor frecuencia, y deriva de dolo, un término jurídicamente impecable y muy bien definido en el Diccionario de la Real Academia. 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer