n Without Prejudice - ECTA and non-variation clauses : contract law




Any astute attorney, when drafting a contract, will be very careful to ensure that the contract meets two essential standards: first, that the contract clearly represents the intentions of the contracting parties; second, that the contract pronounces the fact that such intentions coincide and are unequivocally agreed between the parties. A dispute relating to the latter standard would be the last thing any of the parties would want and therefore the specific language and base content included in the contract should be considered with a great deal of thought. The non-variation clause is an oft over-looked and crucial part of this base content.


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