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It’s 2020 - don’t shorten it to 20!


Free flowing alcohol and binding contracts

Let’s suppose that you’ve arranged to meet a business associate socially and after one too many alcoholic drinks your discussions turn towards work. If you agree any deals in this situation, would there be a binding contract? More...


Can a contractual “oversight” ever be corrected?

The directors negotiated the terms of an important contract clause. But, after signing on the dotted line, they’ve spotted that it’s been left out! Although this is an oversight, the other side is refusing to alter it. Can anything been done? More...


Who’s liable for a sub-contractor’s mistake?

If you bring in outside help to complete work for one of your customers and something goes wrong, who will be in the firing line? And what steps can you take to protect yourself? More...


In black and white, but what does it mean?

Your company entered into a written contract and there’s now a dispute over how one of the terms should be interpreted. The other side insists that in this situation you must consider the pre-contract discussions. Are they right? More...


But it was a mistake!

A customer is claiming that you overcharged them for some goods sold last year and is now demanding a refund. However, your records show that they only paid the agreed amount. So what’s your position? More...
Last updated: 03.07.2020

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