There appear to be an increasing number of things we need to go over with a “fine toothcomb” before signing. (Did you know if you have an accident and your car is written-off by your insurance company a month after you paid for a year’s cover, most such companies consider that policy cancelled and you receive no credit for the remaining eleven months?)
I’m a lawyer. I check these things regularly, and I’ve never even seen a toothcomb of any sort. In fact, they look like they’d be singularly unhelpful for picking through fine print.
I shall have a look at a legal memorabilia shop to see if I can pick one up, but I’m not optimistic.
A fine-tooth comb might make a bit more sense, but still.