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The English Courts Broaden The Scope For Oral Variation Of Contracts
In two cases this year, the Court of Appeal has held that a term in a contract that no variation shall be binding unless it complies with certain formalities does not necessarily prevent an informal variation.
UK
16 Nov 2016
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Court Rules That A Lender Owes A Duty Of Confidentiality To Its Borrowers, And Should Be Held Liable For Damages In The Event That Such A Duty Is Breached
Primary defaulted on its obligations under the Agreement. RBS consequently instructed KPMG to conduct an independent business review of Primary, known as the "Medway Reports".
UK
28 Oct 2014
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High Court Grants Norwich Pharmacal Relief Against Foreign Banks
A worldwide freezing order was issued against Mr Nemni’s assets and steps were taken to discover the identification and location of any bank accounts.
UK
28 Oct 2014
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Commercial Court Refuses To Strike Out As Time-Barred A Claim For Negligent Mis-Selling Of An Interest Rate Hedging Product
The claimant was a family-run company which operated a country house hotel. In 2005 it entered into a loan agreement with the defendant bank to borrow GBP 1.34 million.
UK
27 Oct 2014
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Court Confirms ISDA Master Agreement To Apply In Many Different Situations And With As Much Straightforward Application As Possible
Lehman claimed for the balance of the sum which it argued was properly due from the defendant arising out of early termination of four option transactions.
UK
27 Oct 2014
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Court Of Appeal Considers Meaning Of "Commercially Reasonable Manner"
This case addressed the construction of a clause requiring a party to make a determination in a "commercially reasonable manner" in relation to an option for early termination.
UK
27 Oct 2014
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