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Makmur Pakpahan Jamal Wiwoho IGK Ayu Ketut Rachmi Slamet Subiyantoro Pujiyono Suwadi Luhung Legowo

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The existence of standard clauses contained in various types of agreements until now has always been a controversy over the validity of a contract or agreement. The Civil Code does not specifically regulate the standard clauses contained in the preparation of an agreement. This research is normative by using primary and secondary legal materials. The technique of collecting legal materials that the author uses in this study uses a literature study technique. The legal material analysis technique uses the deductive syllogism method. The results of the study indicate that as long as the agreement is made by the parties bound in the agreement, even though it contains standard clauses in it as long as it does not violate the applicable legal rules, the agreement remains valid and becomes law for those who make it. The best possible agreement is prepared by taking into account the principles of agreement formation such as the principle of freedom of contract, the principle of consensualism, the principle of pacta sunt servanda, the principle of good faith, and the principle of personality. Making an agreement that does not comply with subjective conditions can apply for cancellation of the agreement through the court and if it does not meet the objective requirements, then the agreement is null and void or deemed to have never existed.

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VALIDITY OF STANDARD CLAUSES IN PRODUCT DETAILS ADVERTISED ON E-COMMERCE PLATFORMS IN INDONESIA. (2023). Journal of Namibian Studies : History Politics Culture, 33, 495–507. https://doi.org/10.59670/jns.v33i.520

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