Duhaime's Law Dictionary


Laissez-faire Definition:

French: leave alone. A theory of contract law that persons ought to have freedom of contract with minimal state or judicial interference.

Ryan defines laissez faire as:

“... that parties should have the utmost freedom in their contractual relations, with as little state intervention as was consistent with public order.”

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