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- Under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 is there an exemption to the right to cancel for services where the service contract is specific to the client?
- Is a contractual clause requiring the original parties to a contract to novate the contract to one or more specified third parties on the happening of a specified event capable of being binding on the original parties?
- If a contract states that the contract is only effective from a date in a letter served by a party (with a future date of 5 September), can one party pull out of that contract without consequence, before that date?
- Does the benefit of a contract automatically pass to personal representatives?
- Under English law, does "good faith" apply either in contract negotiations or in its performance? Does the concept of fraud exist (either to induce a contract or during its performance), and if so what elements are needed to bring a claim?
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