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A Contract Clause is a specific section of a Contract that addresses a specific aspect, such as Assignment.
Some examples of important clauses in a contract include Confidentiality, Ownership and Termination.
A clause can be identified numerically, alphabetically, or by heading, depending on how the contract is structured.
It can consist of a specific paragraph or multiple paragraphs.
Contract clauses serve several purposes, such as:
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