Monthly Archives: January 2010

Incorporation of standard terms

When seeking to understand the UK's complex legislation governing unfair terms, the need to incorporate standard trading terms and conditions into a contract is often overlooked.  The recent case of C R Smith Glaziers (Dunfermline) Limited v Toolcom Supplies Limited and Fit-Lock … Continue reading

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Forthcoming events from the Edinburgh Centre for Commercial Law

Next Monday 1st February 2010 is pleased to welcome Joan Cradden, from Brodies LLP. She will speak on "The furore over banker's bonuses and its influence on the development of remuneration policies and the employment contract" in lecture theatre 175, Old … Continue reading

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Breach of warranty of authority (again)

An entry in this blog dated 26 June 2009 drew attention to the case of Halifax v DLA Piper [2009] CSOH 74.  Although the main focus of that case was the potential liability of an agent acting on behalf of a non-existent principal, … Continue reading

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