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Automatic Cuts: Contract law gives U.S. Government more options

12 Sep 2012

Automatic Cuts: Contract law gives U.S. Government more options

Reuters.com – U.S. courts have discovered that because of it’s sovereign standing, the government has specific contractual rights, including the right to unilaterally change the terms of its contracts, delay or stop work on contracts or terminate them outright, Reuter’s Andrea Shalal-Esa reports. Read more…

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