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Court of Appeal overturns Commercial Court on construction of retention of title clause *

United Kingdom - November 25 2013
In a recent decision the Court of Appeal found, by a majority, that the effect of a retention of title clause was that the buyer resold the goods as…

Co-authors: Akanksha Bhagat.


Court of Appeal finds contract which left matters to be agreed not unenforceable for uncertainty *

United Kingdom - March 25 2013
The Court of Appeal has recently held that a contract for the sale of goods which left matters, including certain charges and a shipping schedule, to…

Co-authors: Gary Milner-Moore.


High Court implies duty of good faith into distributorship agreement *

United Kingdom - February 25 2013
In a recent decision, the High Court has implied a duty of good faith into a Distribution Agreement: Yam Seng Pte Ltd v International Trade Corp Ltd…

Co-authors: Caroline Kehoe.


Court of Appeal construes exclusion clause narrowly to prevent party being left without remedy *

United Kingdom - February 18 2013
The Court of Appeal has recently held that an exclusion clause should not be construed as excluding liability for lost profits where this would have…

Co-authors: Gregg Rowan, John Ribeiro.


Court of Appeal confirms modern approach to contractual construction *

United Kingdom - November 28 2012
In a recent decision, the Court of Appeal has found that a clause allocating responsibility for third party claims applied to claims based on intentional wrongdoing, despite the absence of clear words to that effect:.

Co-authors: Gary Milner-Moore.