Principles of the law of software contracts 2015 ed by american law institute 2015 taschenbuch american law institute isbn kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. The american law institute has recently published principles of software contracts that may have profound impact on changing the software industry one of the principles implies a non disclaimable . Software a necessary component of the information age is owned and transferred differently from tangible goods thus traditional state contract law including common law as embodied in the restatement of contracts and legislation largely informed by the longstanding uniform commercial code is not always appropriate to govern transactions in software. This paper will describe the drafting history of the principles of the law of software contracts with particular attention to the extent of consumer and public interest group representation in the process the drafting process i will argue did not take adequate stock of problems identified in the late 1990s with proposed article 2b of the uniform commercial code and then the uniform . To that extent the principles seem to be an imperfect attempt to unify the law of software contracts codify best practices or develop the law in a desirable direction finally the paper will
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