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Particularly where there are parties to a contract from different countries, it is important to address not only applicable law (the law that governs the interpretation of the contract) but also in which country (e.g. the buyer's or seller's) in the event of a dispute the proceedings would take place and in what forum (e.g. Court /Arbitration/ Alternative Dispute Resolution).
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