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The case for plain-language contracts / by Shawn Burton

By: Burton, Shawn.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 96 (1), January-February 2018.Description: 134-139, 6 pages.Subject(s): Contracts | Writing | Communication of informaiton | Customer relationshipsOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Advises that contracts ought to be in plain language, as legal jargon and long-winded explanations are unnecessary and take longer to negotiate. Explains how plain language saves money and time and increases customer satisfaction.
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Advises that contracts ought to be in plain language, as legal jargon and long-winded explanations are unnecessary and take longer to negotiate. Explains how plain language saves money and time and increases customer satisfaction.

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