Commercial Contracts: ‘Subject to Contract’ Correspondence & Subsequent Conduct

Commercial Contracts: ‘Subject to Contract’ Correspondence & Subsequent Conduct

When is a purported contract not a contract? Disputes sometimes arise when one contractual party insists there is a legally binding contract in place, but the other party says there is no contact. The specialist commercial litigation lawyers at Bahamas law firm ParrisWhittaker are highly experienced in successfully acting for clients involving all kinds of commercial disputes.

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Commercial Contracts: ‘Subject to Contract’ Correspondence & Subsequent Conduct

04.06.2017

Commercial Contracts: ‘Subject to Contract’ Correspondence & Subsequent Conduct

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‘Close of Business’ in Commercial Contracts

04.06.2017

‘Close of Business’ in Commercial Contracts

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International Arbitration: resolving disputes

03.31.2017

International Arbitration: resolving disputes

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ParrisWhittaker Named Finalist In 2017 Lloyd’s List Americas Awards

03.29.2017

ParrisWhittaker Named Finalist In 2017 Lloyd’s List Americas Awards

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How can I Enforce a Foreign Judgment in the Bahamas?

03.28.2017

How can I Enforce a Foreign Judgment in the Bahamas?

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New York Convention Awards: Successful Enforcement

02.26.2017

New York Convention Awards: Successful Enforcement

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Service of Proceedings Via Social Media

02.15.2017

Service of Proceedings Via Social Media

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Disclosure in Litigation

02.02.2017

Disclosure in Litigation

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