These obligations no longer apply to knowledge or information that can be made public correctly (through no fault of the data subject) or that must be made public by law when it is prepared. Most commercial contracts contain confidentiality clauses of one type or another, such as distribution and reseller agreements, sponsorship agreements, commission agreements, to name a few. After a profitable interaction, a written agreement is usually ready to remember the sentences of the decision. Often, one of the parties usually wants the details of this agreement to remain confidential and attempts to include a confidentiality clause in this written agreement. The salvatorial provision allows the rest of an agreement to remain intact, even if a court finds that a specific provision of the agreement is invalid or unenforceable.