Some argue that, in a competitive market, consumers have the opportunity to buy for the supplier, which offers them the most advantageous terms, and that they are therefore able to avoid injustices. In the case of credit cards (and other oligopolies), however, the consumer who is able to buy can only continue to have access to contracts with similar terms and without the possibility of negotiation. Also, as mentioned, many people do not read or understand the terms, so it could very little encourage a company to offer favorable terms because they would only win a small amount of business. Even if this is the case, some argue that only a small percentage of buyers must actively read standard form contracts so that companies can offer better terms if this group is able to influence more people by altering the company`s reputation. From the beginning, digital studios, large and small, relied on contracts, SOWs and MSAs that were not quite correct. Either they were based on agreements born from another sector, based over the years on bad cases, or by lawyers who did not fully understand the nuances of the digital world and our work. A standard form contract (sometimes called a warranty contract, Leonine contract, take-it-or-leave-it or modular contract) is a contract between two parties in which the terms of the contract are set by one of the parties and the other party is little or no able to negotiate more favourable terms and is thus put in a position of “take or leave”. By recognizing the consumer protection issues that may arise, many governments have adopted specific laws on standard contracts. These are generally adopted at the national level as part of general consumer protection legislation and generally allow consumers to avoid clauses that prove inappropriate, although the specific provisions are very different. Some statutes require these clauses to be effective, others prohibit abusive clauses altogether (e.g.B. Victorian Fair Trade Act 1999). Since January 1, 2011, the Australian Consumer Law has been passed at the national level in Australia and, under an agreement reached by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG), this legislation is now part of the fair trade laws of each country (state or territory).
 Buyers have the option of including a condition that the offer is conditional on obtaining a satisfactory report on domestic inspection. If the home inspector identifies an expensive repair, for example. B Water identification, faulty electrical wiring or form, the buyer has the option to detach himself from the agreement if he does not want to bear the repair costs. Sometimes the seller will agree to pay the cost of repairing the defect, in order to prevent the buyer from terminating the transaction. Another factor that could mitigate the impact of competition on the content of adhesion contracts is that, in practice, standard contracts are generally developed by implementation lawyers to minimize corporate liability and not necessarily to implement the competitive decisions of executives. Sometimes contracts are written by an industrial organization and distributed to companies in this sector, which increases the homogeneity of contracts and reduces the purchasing capacity of consumers.