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I'm no expert, but should I find myself in a negotiation where the other party's lawyer is repeatedly heard to advise his client that he can and should sue to nullify major elements of the contract as soon as it is signed, I don't think it would be a good idea to sign the contract. Beyond that, might one wonder if it is a violation of some principle of contract law to enter into an agreement one has no intention of complying with? Was Cox an attorney of any note, or is he just a bag of wind?
by Andhakari on Sun Mar 17th, 2019 at 10:05:59 AM EST

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