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|Unfair Contract Terms in European Law. A Study in Comparative and EC Law +||Because of the difficulty to assess the unfair character of a term on the basis of the general definition of article 3, there is an Annex to the Directive 93/13/EEC, which contains an indicative and non-exhaustive list of unfair terms (p. 4: NEBBIA states that those clauses can be clustered in four categories: 1) terms giving a party the control of the terms of the contract or of the performance of the contract (i, j, k, l, m, p); 2) terms determining the duration of the contract (g, h); 3) terms restraining a party to have the same rights as the other (c, d, f, o); 4) exemption and limitation clauses (a, b, n, q)). <u>Clauses J (terms that enable the provider to alter the contract unilaterally without a valid reason) and G (terms that enable the provider to terminate a contract of indeterminate duration without reasonable notice) may be particularly useful in the context of IoT products. However, pay attention to the fact that paragraph 2 letter (b) of the Annex states: ''“Subparagraph (j) is also without hindrance to terms under which a seller or supplier reserves the right to alter unilaterally the conditions of a contract of indeterminate duration, provided that he is required to inform the consumer with reasonable notice and that the consumer is free to dissolve the contract”''.</u> +|