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Why is a governing law clause needed in terms and conditions?

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Answered by Mansi
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Governing Law clause

Governing Law clause is used in legal agreements to declare which rules and laws will govern the agreement if legal issues arise. This clause is required because it helps to clarify terms to the users.

For instance, a small local business dealing in 100% locals do not need a governing law clause. If there is a contract between two international businesses, they will need a governing law clause to explain in case of any issue which country's law will take over. 
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