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Maryland Code, Commercial Law § 22-110

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(a)(1) The parties in their agreement may choose an exclusive judicial forum unless the choice is unreasonable or unjust.

(2) In a mass market transaction, the enforceability of a choice of forum term shall be decided by a Maryland court.

(b) A judicial forum specified in an agreement is not exclusive unless the agreement expressly so provides.

(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of this section or a contrary term in an agreement, the parties to a computer information transaction that is for the creation of computer information may, by mutual consent, choose an alternative dispute resolution mechanism, including mediation, arbitration, or other nonjudicial dispute resolution process, as the means for resolving a dispute under the agreement.

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