- March 23, 2021
Limitation periods for breach of contract claims: where to begin?
On the face of it, the law of limitation seems fairly straightforward. The law in England and Wales specifies that anyone bringing a breach of contract claim has six years from the date of the breach in which to do so. This period is extended to 12 years from the breach of contract if the … Continue reading Limitation periods for breach of contract claims: where to begin? →
- August 28, 2019
Biting off more than you can chew: no oral modification and entire agreement clauses
The Court of Appeal recently considered the application of, and relationship between, no oral modification (NOM) and entire agreement clauses. While this was not a construction case (the appeal in question concerned a contract for the provision of dental services), both types of clause are commonly included in construction contracts. The judgment also restates a … Continue reading Biting off more than you can chew: no oral modification and entire agreement clauses →