By Alfonso A. Castillo
February 24, 2011
Ronald Colombo, a Hofstra Law School associate professor specializing in contract law, said the case raises important issues about the legality of imposing terms in contracts that are not made clear to a purchaser and may not even be legible.
“For a term to be part of a contract, the parties to the contract have to be aware of it,” Colombo said. “Here, it wasn’t even in front of his eyes.”
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