Commercial Contracts: the duty of good faith

Commercial Contracts: the duty of good faith

The duty of good faith in commercial contracts is limited and must accord with business common sense, the courts have ruled. The expert commercial lawyers at top Bahamas law firm ParrisWhittaker have many years’ experience advising clients on commercial contracts.

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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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Arbitration Clauses: Do They Trump Other Requirements?

07.20.2015

Arbitration Clauses: Do They Trump Other Requirements?

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Commercial Contracts: Implied Terms

07.16.2015

Commercial Contracts: Implied Terms

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Commercial Contracts: Breach of Warranty

07.01.2015

Commercial Contracts: Breach of Warranty

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Non-Payment of Hire

06.25.2015

Non-Payment of Hire

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Shipping Contracts: Interpreting the Terms

06.17.2015

Shipping Contracts: Interpreting the Terms

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Adjudication Agreements: When Are They Legally Binding?

06.15.2015

Adjudication Agreements: When Are They Legally Binding?

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Commercial Contracts: Duty of Good Faith

06.12.2015

Commercial Contracts: Duty of Good Faith

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