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Liquidated Damages and Penalty Clausesav Roger Halson2229
This new book is the only work in print to focus exclusively on liquidated damages and penalty clauses. It analyses in depth a 2015 decision of the Supreme Court which recast the law on this feature of most high value commercial contracts and gives guidance how to avoid such provisions being unenforceable.
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