The common law rule that says that ambiguous terms in

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The common law rule that says that ambiguous terms in a standard form business contract will be interpreted in favour of the contract party who didNOT prepare the contract is called:Question options:golden rulecontra proferentum ruleparol evidence rulecontextual approach ruleFrom a legal risk management perspective, a standard form contract generally:Question options:creases the legal risk for a business that uses it with customersenerally has no impact one way or the other on the legal risk of a business
creases the costs associated with making contracts with customersecreases the legal risk for a business that uses it with customersNate arrives on an inbound flight at the airport and needs to rent a car. There is a long line-up at the car rental booth. The attendant at the rental booth gives Nate a standard form rental agreement to sign. She tells him to sign the form in three places, telling him these areas indicated exclusionclauses, but not saying to him what the clauses excluded. Nate signs the document without reading it. If Nate’s situation subsequently falls under one of the areas covered by the exclusion clauses, which of the following statements is TRUE?
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