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Good faith obligations in long-term contracts

United Kingdom - April 10 2012 Good faith obligations are more and more common within English contracts, despite there being a general uncertainty over what this obligation entails and what responsibility it places on those parties who sign up to it.

Co-authors: Paul Smith .


Exclusions in standard forms for consequential and indirect loss

United Kingdom - March 15 2012 It is common for contractors and consultants to seek to limit their liability for consequential and indirect losses.