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Comment: Because if all parties are not informed...

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Because if all parties are not informed...

Then they can't agree to the contract.

Also, if its a contract arbitrarily imposing rule by force over others how is it anything but a fraudulent contract.

You can't arbitrarily force everyone into a contract. Isn't that totaltarianism?

There is a MUCH BETTER way to settling contract disputes, between private parties as was standard.