Originally Posted by hostingguy12
I have heard of companies doing this before and in some cases they put in the terms and conditions that if the customer quits services within 100 years they still owe for the remander of those years.
I do not read them but being that they are legally binding a company could enforce it. Wow thanks for that post it made me laugh.
Some contract provisions are not enforceable. Contract law varies from state to state here in the US, but unreasonable contract demands are often invalidated. As an extreme example, you cannot forfeit your right to liberty and become an indentured servant, even if you want to and sign a contract to that effect.
The normal provisions in a TOS are enforceable, but extreme demands would be laughed out of court.