In addition, and as I noted above, contracts are best when they are in the best interest of both parties. Some of the longest and most expensive court battles I’ve ever seen are between parties who believed the other side signed an unreasonable deal. Or, modifying the rule to say “If it looks too good to be true, it probably will end up in nasty litigation,” should help keep you from contracts you never should have signed in the first place.
Merry Christmas, here is hoping you don’t have to spend any time in court in the New Year.
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