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Tuesday 5 November 2019
As we bid a fond farewell to our legal columnist Rachel Barnes this week we dig into the archives to reproduce her first ever column from February 1997
Contract terms that seek to limit liability have to be able to pass a test of reasonableness – and not only where they are part of standard terms
Deciding whether a party causing a delay was responsible for the fall in the market value of a property boiled down to whether that loss was ‘not unlikely’
A recent Court of Appeal case confirms the traditional English hostility to a general doctrine of good faith in the performance of contracts
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