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How businesses should approach a hyperlink in contracts

With businesses more likely to use digital contracts, the potential for confusion has multiplied. Terms can now be hidden away in a hyperlink, and the signatory is expected to read all the terms linked to, even when these could be open to change or too general for certain parties.

In Real Business, Simon Walsh, Senior Associate at SA Law explains what this means for suppliers and buyers and how both should remain aware of, and overcome this confusion.

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