- Interpretation of contract — Termination/unwinding of contract — Validity of contract
A requirement in English law is that an agreement must have sufficient commercial certainty. The extensive case law is examined closely, with instances being cited of numerous cases where the courts have either concluded that the certainty requirement has been satisfied, or that the transaction is void for lack of fundamental clarity. An agreement to agree is not valid, nor an agreement to negotiate reasonably or in good faith. These restrictions are examined closely. An interesting exception has emerged, requiring a party to adhere to an undertaking to negotiate in an amicable and constructive way as a preliminary to commencing arbitration.
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