Liquidated Damages and Penalty Clauses (inbunden)
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Liquidated Damages and Penalty Clauses (inbunden)

Liquidated Damages and Penalty Clauses

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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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Professor Roger Halson is Professor of Contract and Commercial Law at the University of Leeds. He is the author or co-author of several books on contract law and remedies. His work has been cited by appellate courts in the United Kingdom and overseas.


1: The Historical Origins of the 'Penalty' Rule 2: The Modern 'Penalty' Rule 3: The Legal Effect of Classification as a 'Penalty' or Valid Liquidated Damages Clause 4: The Rationale for the 'Penalty' Jurisdiction 5: Analogous Provisions and Avoidance Techniques 6: Specific Contracts and Contractual Provisions Conclusion