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A general contractual question.

If having spent hours negotiating a contract, only to find you have to sign such a contract within a few minutes of the wording being agreed, not having the chance to fully read thru it, then suddenly find that later(having read thru it) many of the amendments that had been agreed were no longer present, do you consider that to be fully above board and legal?

 is a RISC OS Usersa110 on 18/12/08 10:49AM
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