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The “computable contract” is a standard that many in the legal community have aspired to over the last few years. Researchers at Stanford’s CodeX and Singapore-based Legalese are both also attempting to create standards and prototypes of code-enabled contract work. Still, many of the technology functions that lawyers’ would prefer in a computable contract remain out of reach.

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