Commercial Contracts: The Relevance of the Parties’ Bargaining Power

Commercial Contracts: The Relevance of the Parties’ Bargaining Power

Does an imbalance of bargaining power between two commercial parties effect the potential enforceability of the contract? Yes, the Court of Appeal in the UK has said, with major implications for commercial organisations in The Bahamas. The expert commercial lawyers at top Bahamas law firm ParrisWhittaker has many years’ experience advising clients on their commercial contracts.

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Commercial Contracts: The Relevance of the Parties’ Bargaining Power

11.25.2015

Commercial Contracts: The Relevance of the Parties’ Bargaining Power

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Commercial Contracts: Interpreting Indemnity Clauses

11.19.2015

Commercial Contracts: Interpreting Indemnity Clauses

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Commercial Contracts: the duty of good faith

11.16.2015

Commercial Contracts: the duty of good faith

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