Covid-19 and its effect on contractual obligations
Harriet Fear Davies explores Covid-19 and its effect on contractual obligations in our latest article.
The simple effect of the Covid-19 lockdown announced on 23 March 2020 was that life, and business, changed for everyone. As time goes on, many will be faced with the question of whether steps they took, or didn’t take, mean that they are in breach of a contractual obligation; on the other side of the coin, others will be wondering whether they have a remedy for not having received goods or services they expected to on time, or at all.
Harriet Fear Davies accepts instructions in all areas of commercial law and is an experienced litigator appearing in the High Court and the County Court.Click here to read the full article Back to articles
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