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So what?

With only a swipe on our smartphone screens, a touch of a button, or just a tap of a credit card, all the way through to a signing on the dotted line of a contract to buy your home, contracts are a part of our lives.

We might not think of the legal side of this phenomenon all that often, but we probably should. It’s therefore important to get a good understanding of contract law.

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