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Termination: the seller keeps all?By James Levy
For almost 60 years the court has been asked to consider what happens to money already paid by way of instalments in relation to a contract if the contract is rescinded and the seller retains the property which is the subject matter of the contract?
Framework agreementsBy Clare Reddy, Owen Williams
Framework agreements offer a potential solution as contracting authorities attempt to minimise the impact of the Public Contract Regulations 2006 on their business. In this inbrief, Clare Reddy and Owen Williams discuss the framework agreement and where and when they should be used.
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Area of law: Construction13rd June 2013, 08:00am - 10:00am, 5 Chancery Lane, Clifford's Inn, London, EC4A 1BL
Penalties: the debate continuesBy James Levy
In an article for PLC Construction, James Levy discusses court decisions where they have been asked to consider what happens to money already paid by way of instalments in relation to a contract if the contract is rescinded and the seller retains the property that is the subject matter of the contract.
In particular, James refers to Cadogan Petroleum v Global Process Systems and discusses how the case sits with other similar ones.