Contracts with ‘no oral variation’ clauses can “in principle” be varied orally, says Court of Appeal –

Posted May 25th, 2016 in appeals, contracts, news by sally

‘Clauses in commercial contracts preventing variation other than in writing are “in principle” unenforceable, given that parties to such contracts generally have the freedom to agree to vary whatever terms they choose, according to three senior judges.’

Full story, 24th May 2016