Swiss law is codified, easy to understand, and available in several languages, including in an English translation on the official Swiss Government website. Swiss contract law provides parties with maximum autonomy and control over their contract, more than almost any other jurisdiction. It is also not subject to EU law or too complicated rules about general terms and conditions. At the same time, Swiss contract law is based on the principle of good faith, thus protecting the parties’ reasonable and fair expectations against sharp dealing. Its accessibility and predictability makes Swiss law a (cost-)efficient and natural choice of parties in search of a neutral and pragmatic law.