n Without Prejudice - Think before you don't act : contract law

Volume 14, Issue 11
  • ISSN : 1681-178X



It is common practice within the commercial environment to conclude contracts which are subject to suspensive conditions, otherwise known as condition precedents (CPs). Whilst most CPs are relevant and necessary for a variety of reasons (dependent on the particular transaction), ensuring their accurate fulfillment is often not given the same level of importance as the implementation of the contract as a whole.

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