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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Commercial Contracts and Changes in Circumstances

11.01.2016

Commercial Contracts and Changes in Circumstances

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Commercial Contracts: are clear general endeavours/good faith conditions required?

09.30.2016

Commercial Contracts: are clear general endeavours/good faith conditions required?

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Commercial Contracts: When Will Penalty Clauses be Enforceable?

12.15.2015

Commercial Contracts: When Will Penalty Clauses be Enforceable?

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Commercial Contracts: Interpreting Indemnity Clauses

11.19.2015

Commercial Contracts: Interpreting Indemnity Clauses

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Insolvent Companies: Changes to Regulation

09.29.2015

Insolvent Companies: Changes to Regulation

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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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