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Credit is intrinsic to modern society and requires effective regulation and control, including credit providers ensuring consumers are aware of the risks and penalties for non-payment.
Case review 11/07/2019
A recent Court of Appeal ruling strongly reinforced the principle that contracts will be interpreted in a manner consistent with their natural and ordinary meaning and where appropriate, will give that effect to commercial common sense.
Can’t see the wood for the trees? Will the future of document disclosure in commercial disputes change this?
A mandatory pilot scheme for disclosure, part of the wider court modernisation process, has commenced in the Business and Property Courts, requiring a change to how a party discloses documents in commercial disputes.
The escalation of terror attacks and the methods employed have changed dramatically over recent years and the UK government and insurers are hastily adapting policies and legislation to reflect the evolving nature of this risk.