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Most software agreements state that if there are problems with the software, then the purchaser's only recourse is repair or replacement, and if that doesn't work, then to be reimbursed only up to the purchase price, even if the problems hurt the purchaser's business. Are these provisions iron-clad?

We require arbitration by our employees. Can we also require our customers to arbitrate?

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