- \r\n If you’re doing anything other than changing a few basic details, it’s inefficient and slow.\r\n
- \r\n It can result in the drafter trying to make the new transaction fit the precedent contract rather than the other way around.\r\n
- \r\n It results in drafters regurgitating the dysfunctional legalese of traditional contract drafting.\r\n
\r\n Kenneth A. Adams, Koncision Contract Automation
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