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I have a machine learning task I wish to pursue. For the task I will need several hundred sample legal documents of the following types: Employment contract, service contract, sale contract, rental contract/lease, loan contract, confidentiality contract, company formation agreements. I don't expect anyone will have an answer which will help me find all of these contracts but if anyone has any kind of lead as to where I can find a mass amount of one of these contracts it would be much appreciated.

Thanks.

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CFPB Credit Card Agreements DB I think that is a service contract.

docracy - open source legal contracts Requires sign up

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For anyone who stumbles onto this question during my research I also found this site: https://www.scribd.com/ This has millions of documents of all kinds available to download.

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You can get all SEC filings that public companies make on the SEC's website: https://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/companysearch.html

Here's a scraper that'll grab different types of SEC filings in bulk from the SEC website: https://github.com/javedqadruddin/EDGAR

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Legal Case Reports Data Set

Data Set Information:

This dataset contains Australian legal cases from the Federal Court of Australia (FCA). The cases were downloaded from AustLII ([Web Link]). We included all cases from the year 2006,2007,2008 and 2009. We built it to experiment with automatic summarization and citation analysis. For each document we collected catchphrases, citations sentences, citation catchphrases, and citation classes. Catchphrases are found in the document, we used the catchphrases are gold standard for our summarization experiments. Citation sentences are found in later cases that cite the present case, we use citation sentences for summarization. Citation catchphrases are the catchphrases (where available) of both later cases that cite the present case, and older cases cited by the present case. Citation classes are indicated in the document, and indicate the type of treatment given to the cases cited by the present case.

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