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Ask the Expert: Codes Replacing Law

Published: 19 Mar 2020 Average Rating: 3.5 / 5 Print
 

Author: Tim Cummins, Rory Unsworth, Helmut Heiss, Mark Beer

Contracts are hard to understand and when issues arise, a resolution is often slow, expensive, and hard to predict. Can codes replace law and reduce the time and expenses spent in court?

 

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