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Atypical contract

What is an atypical contract?

In the field of contract law, the atypical contracts They are those that They are not specifically regulated by law. That is, they are contracts that are created by the will of the contracting parties to satisfy their needs and interests, without there being a rule that regulates them in a particular way. They are equally valid and effective.

Example, a software license agreement, renting or leasing

They differ from typical contracts that do have a specific and established regulation and conform to a pre-established model (for example, a trade contract).

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