And justice for all...
Got more (or less) than you bargained for? Going to court to resolve a contract dispute may seem the route to justice, but could involve disproportionate time and expense. Andrew Howell and Jonathan Isaacs report
Person A promises to provide X to person B, and in return B provides Y to A. All very straightforward stuff. However, a series of recent cases has shown the complicated legal wrangles in which parties can become embroiled over the seemingly simple question of “are they or are they not bound by a contract”.
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