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contract software

The last I knew, Nota Bene word processing software did what you're
describing. It's built in XyWrite (which I used to use and love)
customized for legal offices. 

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At 10:58 PM 8/12/97 -0400, you wrote:
>    If responding to the request for "contract software" please repond to
>the list, or include me in the response. Am very interested in the same
>beast, if it exists. 
>Heike Kordish, NYPL
>Subject: Contracts
>From: at ~Internet-Mail
>Date:    8/11/97  2:53 PM
>Has anyone ever done any work on trying to find a piece of software that
>will help you create and store contracts.  In otherwords, this software
>would store all of the contracts that you created in-house, clause by
>clause and also have available to you different types of generic clauses to
>use when creating a contract.   I have no idea if there is such a beast or
>if I am asking a stupid question.
>Diana Robertson, Law Librarian
>Manulife Financial - Canadian Operations
>500 King St. North, Waterloo, Ontario
>(519) 747-7000 ext. 6240
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