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How can a contract dispute be resolved?

July 25, 2017 by brian prokopowich0
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When you’re involved in a contractual dispute, the process for resolving the dispute should be set out in the contract itself.

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brian prokopowich

I am a technology co-founder and lover of all thing related to Start- ups and entrepreneurship. I created this group so we can all learn from each other to create foster a create tech & Start-up community.


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