Warranty clauses limit the types of warranties offered by a company and prohibit claims that were not directly caused by the manufacturer or supplier. Warranty rights include repair, replacement, credit or refund and are limited to a specified period after delivery. More sophisticated versions of audit clauses contain provisions to cover the cost of audits when payment calculations are more (say) more than 10% or more than they should be. A boilerplate clause is an English legal term used in connection with contract law. When forming contracts, parties often use templates or forms that contain boilerplate clauses (boilerplate language, used as the default language). When it comes to interpreting contracts, this is not what the parties could have said by “boilerplate clause”. .