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Another factor that could mitigate the impact of competition on the content of membership contracts is that, in practice, model contracts are usually drafted by lawyers who are responsible for constructing them in such a way as to minimize the liability of the company and not necessarily the competitive decisions of the managers. Sometimes contracts are drafted by an industry association and distributed to companies in that industry, which increases the homogeneity of contracts and reduces consumers` ability to join. The Act also establishes a Standard Forms Contract Court, headed by a district judge and composed of a maximum of 12 members appointed by the Minister of Justice, including an acting president (including a district judge), civil servants (no more than one third) and at least 2 representatives of consumer organizations. At the request of a claimant, the court holds hearings on appeals against standard contractual clauses or the approval of a specific standard contract. Recognizing the consumer protection issues that may arise, many governments have adopted specific laws regarding model contracts. These are generally adopted at the state level as part of general consumer protection legislation and generally allow consumers to avoid terms deemed inappropriate, although the specific provisions are very different. Some laws require notification for these terms to be effective, others completely prohibit unfair terms (e.B Victorian Fair Trading Act 1999). For a treaty to be treated as an accession treaty, it must be presented on a standard “take it or leave it” form and not give a party the ability to negotiate because of its unequal negotiating position. Special review of membership contracts can be done in several ways: A purchase agreement is a simple agreement between the existing owner of an asset (usually referred to as a “seller” or “seller”) and a third party who wishes to purchase or purchase the asset (usually referred to as a “buyer” or “buyer”). The asset can be tangible (e.B. equipment or shares) or intangible (e.B.

intellectual property (IP) or goodwill of a company). .

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